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2005 Bryan Ayers Art Exhibition Seeks Entries
The Brian Ayers Memorial Art Exhibition, an international exhibition of artwork celebrating the unusual artistic talent of children with learning disabilities, seeks entries from talented local artists.


Historic Blair Farm Art and Antiques In the Yard, Sale


Artists Wanted in April
New Programs at Turchin Center This Month


Artists Needed For School Residency Programs


Watauga Arts Scholarships Offered
Deadline for Nominations is April 8th


Appalachian Photography Salon Taking Entries
Kingsport Contest Features $300 Grand Prize


Spring Art Workshops Offered at ASU
Turchin Center Events Feature Wide Array of Opportunities


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EXTRA

Veteran Presents Slide Show At Library About Palau Islands
George Holloway has never appeared on the CBS television show, “Survivor,” but he is the survivor of a far more important event.


Banff Film Festival Attracts Record Crowd
Plans Underway for 10th Annual Visit in 2006


Dr. Elliott Engel Returns To High Country
Dr. Elliott Engel is a scholar and performer whose infectious enthusiasm and radiant wit create an imaginative and delightful presentations
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ARCHIVES MARCH 31, 2005





Acclaimed Guitarist to Play Intimate Boone Concert
Pierre Bensusan to Perform April 7th

 

Travis Cottrell In Concert This Weekend
Home Church Welcomes Recording Artist For Celebration

 


Gentlemen, Bait Your Hooks!
Annual Trout Derby in Blowing Rock this Weekend

 

Dr. Elliott Engel Returns To High Country
Dr. Elliott Engel is a scholar and performer whose infectious enthusiasm and radiant wit create an imaginative and delightful presentations.


Appalachian Dance Ensemble Spring Show 2005

Faculty and student choreographers get the chance to show off their work at Appalachian State University’s spring Dance Ensemble show April 6-9.


AppalachianYoung People’s Theatre Presents Fool of the World
Russian Tale Opens On April Fool’s Day

Lees-McRae Presents Theater Talent
Student Directed One-Acts April 1-4 in Banner Elk

ASU Council on the Arts
Monthly Arts Listing: April 2005


Upcoming Events


Tweetsie Railroad's Season Pass Offers Golden Opportunity
Discount Rates Available Until May 1


Banjo Man: Earl Scruggs Honored with New Exhibit
North Carolina Legend Returns to MerleFest this Spring




Appalachian Summer Acts Announced
Motown’s Temptations & Supremes at Kidd Brewer Stadium July 30



Horn Schedules Doc Watson For Opening Night

Grammy-winning music legend Doc Watson has agreed to perform a concert the opening night of “Horn in the West”



Theater News




AppalachianYoung People’s Theatre Presents Fool of the World
Russian Tale Opens On April Fool’s Day

Lees-McRae Presents Theater Talent
Student Directed One-Acts April 1-4 in Banner Elk

Miss Fannie’s Hat Comes To Blowing Rock April 8
World Premiere of Jan Karon Stage Work by BRSC

ACLT To Present Divorce Southern Style

Mark your calendars today for Ashe County Little Theatre’s spring production of Divorce Southern Style.


Blue Ridge Community Theatre Presents “West Side Story”
One of the world’s greatest love stories is coming to the High Country in April.


Daniel Boone Returns To High Country This Summer
Horn’s Modified Script More Closely Resembles Original


Blowing Rock Stage Company Celebrates 20 Years
2005 Summer Season Schedule Announced





Exhuming Charlie Poole
New Three-Disc Anthology Examines Carolina Legend





King Bees’ European Recordings Unveiled
CD Release Party Friday at Banner Elk Cafe




Industrial Music Comes to Boone
Four New Bands at Black Cat Burrito Friday Night




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