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ASU Faculty artists on display
Varied works grace Catherine Smith Gallery until March 15


“You Gotta Have Art”
Carlton Gallery offers Valentine’s Day gifts

AMPC jurors announced
Three noted photographers to judge outdoor photo contest



Turchin Center has full slate for spring

Debbie Arnold exhibit opens


Parkway photo contest nears entry deadline
The Appalachian Mountain Photography Competition is back, though the deadline for submissions is drawing near.


Exhibit focuses on femininity
The Looking Glass Gallery at Appalachian State University presents “Gender Narratives,” an exhibition of oil paintings created by Jessica Burke.


Workshops That Inspire
Carlton Gallery hosts 8th annual workshop series



Chilingirian steels the show at ArtWalk
ArtWalk’s huge facility brings together artists of all backgrounds, ages, and occupations all united by the desire to create and share their art with others.

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A Friendly Book Sale
Library changes book sale dates to Feb. 21, 22 & 23

History of Violence
ASU Women’s Center hosts week of awareness

ASU series focuses on capital punishment
A series of events pertaining to capital punishment will commence Feb. 13 on the campus of Appalachian State University.


Southern writers highlight ASU writers series
Southern writers fill out the spring schedule for the Hughlene Bostian Frank Visiting Writers Series at Appalachian State University.


Appalachian announces 2008 summer reading selection

“The Glass Castle” by Jeannette Walls has been selected for the 2008 Summer Reading Program at Appalachian State University, announced Chancellor Kenneth E. Peacock. .


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WHS, LMC & ASU present theatre
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All that ASU Jazz
Appalachian’s Jazz Ensemble II performs at Hayes Center Friday

 


Mingo Lodge & Natural Breakdown at Black Cat
Two NYC-area acts join forces for special show



Victor Wooten Band at Legends Feb. 14
Grammy Award-winning bassist for Flecktones flies solo

 


Something Old, Something New
Charlotte’s New Familiars breathe new life into traditional music




Appalachian hosts JAZZfest 2008

Performances by Taj Mahal, Carolina Chocolate Drops and Monterey All-Stars Feb. 7-23

 


The Sound of the South

Poet Minton Sparks to appear with Darrell Scott in Spindale



Giving Peace a Chance
UN Sport-PEACE event to support Watauga Playmakers


Violinist Nancy Bargerstock performs Feb. 19
Violinist Nancy Bargerstock presents a recital Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 8 p.m. in Broyhill Music Center’s Rosen Concert Hall


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Alex de Grassi at Hayes Center March 8th
Grammy-nominated guitarist an acoustic innovator



Montreat Pipes join ASU Wind for Feb. 22 concert
Dr. John Stanley Ross and Dr. Scott C. Tobias direct the Appalachian Wind Ensemble in a Feb. 22 performance at Appalachian State University.

An Appalachian Summer releases preliminary lineup
Midori, Charlie Daniels, Judy Collins scheduled




Appalachian hosts JAZZfest 2008

Performances by Taj Mahal, Carolina Chocolate Drops and Monterey All-Stars Feb. 7-23


 

Appalachian Symphonic Band performs Feb. 21
Scott Tobias directs the Appalachian Symphonic Band in a Feb. 21 performance at Appalachian State University.



LEAF announces spring lineup

Nanci Griffith, Arrested Development, David Wilcox on roster

 


John McEuen in concert Feb. 23

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band leader performs solo at the Hayes Center

 


Bluegrass acts to compete for prestigious gig
Winning band to open for the Lonesome River Band

 



MerleFest Announces 2008 Lineup
Levon Helm, Ralph Stanley, Bela Fleck among headliners

 


Chamber Music in the Next Dimension
Cypress String Quartet adds brings something new to ASU


Tickets on sale for ASU Spring Performing Arts Series
Appalachian State University’s Office of Arts and Cultural Programs announces the spring lineup of its 2007-2008 Performing Arts Series.


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TOPs announces 2008 theater classes
Blowing Rock Stage Company’s educational wing enlists professional instructors

Giving Peace a Chance
UN Sport-PEACE event to support Watauga Playmakers

BRSC Announces 2008 Season
Musicals, comedies and Charles Dickens coming to Hayes Center

Tickets on sale for ASU Spring Performing Arts Series
Appalachian State University’s Office of Arts and Cultural Programs announces the spring lineup of its 2007-2008 Performing Arts Series.



Wink Keziah perfects “urban hillbilly” sound

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Montreat Pipes join ASU Wind for Feb. 22 concert
Dr. John Stanley Ross and Dr. Scott C. Tobias direct the Appalachian Wind Ensemble in a Feb. 22 performance at Appalachian State University.

Alex de Grassi at Hayes Center March 8th
Grammy-nominated guitarist an acoustic innovator

Something Old, Something New
Charlotte’s New Familiars breathe new life into traditional music

Victor Wooten Band at Legends Feb. 14
Grammy Award-winning bassist for Flecktones flies solo

Mingo Lodge & Natural Breakdown at Black Cat
Two NYC-area acts join forces for special show

All that ASU Jazz
Appalachian’s Jazz Ensemble II performs at Hayes Center Friday

Appalachian hosts JAZZfest 2008
Performances by Taj Mahal, Carolina Chocolate Drops and Monterey All-Stars Feb. 7-23

Chamber Music in the Next Dimension
Cypress String Quartet adds brings something new to ASU

John McEuen in concert Feb. 23
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band leader performs solo at the Hayes Center


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Blowing Rock Hayes Performing Arts Center hosts competition

MerleFest Announces 2008 Lineup
Levon Helm, Ralph Stanley, Bela Fleck among headliners


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