Anne Rutherford, a storyteller who’s celebrated for her rollicking tall tales and other stories, will soon perform as Jonesborough’s teller in residence at the International Storytelling Center.
Similar to his artistic style, Ty Ferrell’s life has been full of “crazy twists” — culminating in, maybe, the least-traditional route one could possibly take when pursuing a career in graphic design.
For more than two-thirds of Johnson City’s 150 years, neighbors and friends have entertained this town on stage.
The Erwin Farmers Market will begin a new Season Tuesday night, July 2, in the courthouse parking lot downtown and for the first time this year will be conducted in partnership with the Unicoi Unities Healthier Tennessee Communities initiative.
Braving some brief downpours, nearly a dozen people were on hand at the intersection of West State of Franklin Road and University Parkway for the installation of the 14th and final piece of the Johnson City Public Art Committee’s 2019-21 Biennial Sculpture Exhibition.
East Tennessee State University’s Office of Professional Development invites children and youth to participate in the 2019 Renaissance Child Camps this summer.
Whether it’s photography or videography, Kingsport’s Matt Cohen is determined to show off the “beautiful” side of an area that’s oft-criticized as being “too small” or “dying.”
“A Journey,” an exhibit showcasing the works of Margaret Gregg, is on display at the Reece Museum at East Tennessee State University through July 5.
In between this week’s rain showers, a patch of vibrant color bloomed out over the asphalt of a once drab side street in downtown Erwin.
The Johnson City Community Theatre still has an exciting year planned ahead, continuing with Noel Coward's “Blithe Spirit,” a 1941 comedy directed by Will Oliver that’s sure to leave viewers in high spirits.
“Meditations for Chaos,” an exhibit by self-taught fiber artist Laura Bowman, will be on display at the Tipton Gallery in downtown Johnson City from June 6-26.
Teaser: A total of 20 elephant statues included in this year’s benefit Trunk Project will remain on display in downtown Erwin through October. The statues will be sold in silent auction to wrap up on Nov. 1, with all proceeds going to the Elephant Sanctuary in Hohenwald.
Kathy Deakins dreamed of being a painter when she was a young art student in college. Then, more than 30 years ago, she taught her first art class.
Anne Shimojima, an expert teller of folk tales and the keeper of her family’s stories from World War II, will soon appear in Jonesborough for a week’s worth of matinee storytelling concerts.
Katherine Thrower might be one of the most versatile artists you’ll meet. Whether it’s fine art, mural painting, photography or makeup, she does it all — and then some.