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Arts & Gallery
NEWS FROM THE
ART COMMUNITY


MT GALLERY GUIDE


Maggie Black Featured
At ArtWalk

The Appalachian Mountains are a beautiful place to
visit or live, with
each season bringing new beauty.



“Dream Fulfilled As East Meet West” At Carlton Gallery
Artist, calligrapher and Buddhist Priestess, Kichung Lizee considers western and eastern artists showing together as one of her life’s missions;
to be the bridge between East
and West.



Intaglio Sponsors A Lot Of Art Show
On Saturday, September 16th,
a parking lot will
play host to a
dozen emerging
local artists.


Heavy Petting Exhibit Benefits Avery Humane Society
Wildflowers Fine
Art Announces
Call For Entries


Sterling Edwards To Give Workshop
The September 23rd meeting of the Blue Ridge Art Clan will feature an all day workshop by nationally recognized watercolor artist, Sterling Edwards.


Margaret Salisbury Presents Linville Paintings
A collection of new paintings of the lake, golf course and area around Linville Resorts at The Art Cellar Gallery in Banner Elk.


Preview Of
Kamm Teapots
Exhibit Opens
Sparta’s first ever exhibit of Kamm teapots opened Saturday with a ribbon cutting and brief ceremony.


Catherine J. Smith Gallery Announces Schedule


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Carolina-Themed Books Hit Shelves
Hugh Morton’s Photos and Words Live in New Books


Author Presents Program At Todd General Store
Local author Doug McGuinn will present a program on the “Virginia Creeper” steam train on Saturaday, September 16, beginning at 10am, at the Todd General Store in Todd.


High Country Featured In Weekends
Our State Magazine Publishes Quarterly Travel Guide


Program In Todd To Feature Virginia Creeper
Local author Doug McGuinn will present a program on the "Virginia Creeper" steam train

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ARCHIVES

POSTED SEPTEMBER 14, 2006



Mountaineer Faithful
Pitch A Pre-Game Party


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Barks in the Park
18th Annual Blowing Rock Pet Show this Saturday
Join fellow pet lovers in Memorial Park for the 18th Annual Blowing Rock Chamber of Commerce Pet Show this Saturday, September 16.


Wiseapple: A Hybrid from
the Bluegrass and Jazz Trees

Popular Acoustic Band Returns to Jones House Friday, Sept. 15



Holocaust/Genocide Film Series Presented At ASU
As part of General Honors 1515, “Genocide Throughout History,” and General Honors 2515, “The Nazi Holocaust,” and Dr. Zohara Boyd (Eng.) and Dr. Rennie Brantz (Hist.) are presenting a series of documentary and feature films this semester in Plemmons Student Union.



Horse Show Returns For An Encore

Second Annual Blue Ridge Equestrian 4-H Fun Show Hits The Stage This Saturday




An Amplified String Band with Drums

New Jersey’s Railroad Earth at Bristol Festival Friday and Saturday



A Blast from the Past

Cove Creek Farm Heritage Day Saturday, Sept. 16



Avery County Fair Returns Sept. 19-23
Smokey Mountain Amusements To Bring Over 20 Rides




Avett Brothers Mania Comes To Boone
Talented North Carolina Trio At Legends Sept.14




A Caribbean Concerto
ASU’s Steely Pan Band Performs Sept. 15



Upcoming Events


Eric Church Performs At ASU
Country music recording artist Eric Church performs Sept. 23 at 9 p.m. at Legends on the Appalachian State University campus.


Mountain Heritage Festival
To Be Held On Sept. 23

On Saturday, Sept. 23, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. the Mountain Heritage Festival spreads over a half-mile section of Sparta, North Carolina’s Main Street.



The Crucible Comes To Ashe Civic Center

American history, in dramatized fashion, will come to life this fall as Ashe County Little Theatre brings Arthur Miller’s, The Crucible, to the Ashe Civic Center stage.


Welsh Male Voice Choir Visits ASU
A large group of cross-disciplinary departments and offices at Appalachian State University who value the university's commitment to developing international relationships has joined together to bring the Onllwyn Male Voice Choir to our community.




Appalachian Talent Takes the Stage

ASU Dept. of Theater and Dance 2006-07



Appalachian State Announces
2006-07 Performing Arts Series

Emmylou Harris, Anoushka Shankar, Alvin Ailey Dancers Coming to Boone


 



Theater News


Appalachian Talent Takes the Stage
ASU Dept. of Theater and Dance 2006-07




Welsh Male Voice Choir Visits ASU

A large group of cross-disciplinary departments and offices at Appalachian State University who value the university's commitment to developing international relationships has joined together to bring the Onllwyn Male Voice Choir to our community.

An Amplified String Band with Drums
New Jersey’s Railroad Earth at Bristol Festival Friday and Saturday

Eric Church Performs At ASU
Country music recording artist Eric Church performs Sept. 23 at 9 p.m. at Legends on the Appalachian State University campus.

Wiseapple: A Hybrid from the Bluegrass and Jazz Trees
Popular Acoustic Band Returns to Jones House Friday, Sept. 15


Old-time Banjo, Fiddle And Guitar Styles Explored Sept. 13-14
A program exploring the African roots of old-time music will be presented Sept. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in Room 114 Belk Library and Information Commons at Appalachian State University.

Acoustic Music With An Appalachian Flavor
Mountainhome Music Brings Wide Variety of Regional Styles to the Stage



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