“Tell It to Me: Revisiting the Johnson City Sessions, 1928-1929,” an album produced and curated by East Tennessee State University’s Dr. Ted Olson, was recently named Best Compilation Album for 2019 by the Independent Music Awards.
East Tennessee State University’s Reece Museum and Mary B. Martin School of the Arts and community supporters are expanding the geographic boundaries of artists’ residency for a special collection of art reflecting the current times.
The special collection titled “Local Art in the Age of the 2020 Global Pandemic” will be housed in the Reece Museum’s permanent collection.
New rules for murals, which in the downtown area are currently limited to certain walls, could mean more works of art in downtown Johnson City.
Previously restricted to certain walls, Johnson City has officially accepted new standards that could allow more murals in the downtown area.
Art lovers, get ready for Jonesborough’s exclusive fundraising event of the year.
“Dolly: P/N 35 National Juried Art Exhibition” opened Tuesday, Feb. 18, at East Tennessee State University’s Slocumb Galleries. The exhibit will continue through March 13.
A free public screening of this independent film will be held at East Tennessee State University on Monday, Feb. 17, at 7 p.m. in the Ball Hall Auditorium.
After more than eight months of construction and renovation, Atelier 133 — a downtown art gallery, studio space and cafe — is nearing completion, with owner Nancy Fischman eyeing a grand opening on May 1.
On Jan. 15, local band Loose Leaves released “Vehicle” – an LP the band considers one of their “most honest and vulnerable” albums recorded.
Through January 2020, Art Brown, assistant professor of communications and graphic design, will present a solo art exhibit, titled “Undercurrent,” in the Panoramic Gallery.
Art has been a part of Taylor Norris’ life for as long as they can remember.
A native of Atlanta, Richard Graves has made a home — and a name — for himself in Appalachia.
This time of the year, a leisurely drive over the mountains can bring a vibrant pop of color.
You may not have heard his name, but that’s fine. Jason Flack would rather you know his art.