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NEWS FROM THE
ART COMMUNITY


Watercolorist Wes Waugh Explores the Outdoors

Sculptor Bill Brown Hosts Anvil Arts Studio Show

Yard Work: Outdoor Sculpture Competition at ASU

Hands Gallery Features Silk Screen Artist Joan Meixell

Miters Touch Featured At Main Street Gallery

App Summer Presents Arts Series for Adults & Kids

Hands Gallery Presents The Pottery Of Lucinda Pittman


Art Historian, Author Holds Trio Of Area Discussions

Amazing North Carolina Author Appears At Mast General Store

O Where For Art Thou Parkway Hikes

Foreshadowing The Future--Ghost Riders Takes A Trip Through Time

Noted Regional Authors To Conduct Festival Writing Workshops

 

ARCHIVES POSTED JULY 17, 2003



Features Best In 2-D Art
Reception at Smith Gallery Saturday
>>FULL STORY



• Legendary Blues Musician Performs At Community Festival
Etta Baker will perform Saturday



• Barebones & Wildflowers Bring Acoustic Splendor to Boone
Mountainhome Music Concert Saturday at St. Luke’s

• Singer-Songwriters Perform Sunday In Boone

 



 


• Star Queen Receives Encore This Weekend

• Elkland Art Center Presents Summer
Theatre Camps


• BRSC’s Irma Vep Delivers Pythonesque Laughs

Frightfully Funny Play Runs Through July 27



BARTER THEATRE NEWS....
>>The Barter Players Present The Jungle Book



Upcoming Events


• A Fabulous Night of Music and Dancing at Chetola Resort
The Seventh Annual Jazz Music Festival In Blowing Rock Set For July 25

• Highlanders To Perform In Blowing Rock

• Cemetery Benefit Dinner in Triplett Saturday

• ASU Dept. of Theatre Presents Children’s Workshop



• Blowing Rock’s 7th Annual SummerMusic Festival Starts July 25





• FORUM At Lees-McRae College Announces 2003 Season

• ASU Announces 2003-04 Performing Arts Series
Sam Bush, Bela Fleck & David Sedaris Featured


 






• Fiddlers MacMaster & O’Connor at Farthing Friday

Two of the world’s most talented fiddlers will perform together at An Appalachian Summer Festival


• Mingus Big Band Recalls Jazz Heyday
The New York Times has called them “the greatest repertoire project in jazz history.”

• Kent Doobrow Returns to High Country
Valle Crucis Park Music Series Hosts Show Friday


LOCAL ROCK & ROLL LINKS


 

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Boone Bluegrass Fest
Bring your lawn chairs
and blankets