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  • Lees-McRae College Performing Arts

    Through a liberal arts curriculum, the faculty and staff of the Division of Performing Arts are committed to training well-rounded artists and leaders. Focus of study is on the integration of artistic, technical, performance, management and historical perspectives. ...

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  • The Art Cellar Gallery & Framemakers

    Cellar Facts Established in 1993 in the Western North Carolina Mountain community of Banner Elk, The Art Cellar Gallery, began as a lifelong vision of Pamela McKay. Having grown up here she appreciates and understands the correlation between the beauty of North Carolina's n...

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  • Appalachian Cultural Museum

    About Us: The Appalachian Cultural Museum, part of Appalachian State University, was created to foster an understanding of the people of the Appalachian Mountains and to serve as a laboratory for new museum ideas. Through exhibits, publications, and special events, the Muse...

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  • Hickory Museum of Art

    HistoryPaul Austin Wayne Whitener was the founder and first director of the Hickory Museum of Art. In 1935, the Hickory native and Duke University football player, spent the summer in Little Switzerland, North Carolina. It was there he met his future wife, Mildred McKinney W...

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  • Hiddenite Center

    History Hiddenite Center (Lucas House) has a vivid history. The house is said to have been built by a young man for his bride-to-be. A spat concerning politics divided the couple. Their differences were unreconcilable. James Paul Lucas purchased the house for use as a res...

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  • Ashe County Arts Council

    Mission Statement The Arts Council exists to enrich the cultural life of Ashe County by nurturing and supporting the arts....

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  • Creekhouse Garden Gallery

    History Owner, Jim Hinkel invites you to enjoy a leisurely visit while you stroll through the gardens, showrooms, workshop and decks. Picnic along bold Roan Creek, fish, hike, take a nature walk, birdwatch and photograph the pristine area. You will find a garden of deligh...

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  • Lawndale Museum

    Located on the grounds of the former Piedmont School, the Lawndale Historical Museum preserves the community and family history of Lawndale and Upper Cleveland County. Exhibits include documents, photographs, and artifacts focusing on Cleveland Mills, the Piedmont School, an...

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  • Caldwell Arts Council

    Mission : The Caldwell Arts Council has been promoting and presenting high quality arts in Caldwell County since 1976.   Located in an historic building in downtown Lenoir, the Caldwell Arts Council offers much to the community. The Caldwell Arts Council is home to 4 ...

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  • Caldwell Heritage Museum

    Mission:The purpose of the Caldwell Heritage Museum is to educate, research, and preserve the history of Caldwell County through educational services and exhibits for our contemporary society and passing its material culture to future generations. ...

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  • Burke Arts Council

    Mission : The Burke Arts Council, founded in 1975, is a nonprofit, tax exempt corporation funded by individual memberships, private and municipal contributions, and grants from the North Carolina Arts Council.  The Burke Arts Coun­cil houses two gal­leries whic...

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  • The History Museum of Burke County

    Established in 2003, The History Museum of Burke County began to gather and display artifacts of our heritage for future generations.  This story spans thousands of years from the time Native Americans lived and hunted in this region.  In 1567 Spanish soldiers unde...

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  • Avery County Historical Museum

    Welcome to the official web site of the Avery County Historical Museum. Its purpose is to collect, preserve and display all vital information, photographs and artifacts about people events, and places that make up the history of Avery County and the surrounding areas of the...

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  • River Rock Gallery

    The gallery’s long-term objective is to provide and promote art education and appreciation in Ashe County. A number of projects are in the works to assist artist, aspiring artist and the community at large. The Gallery boasts over 1,000 square feet at 101 N. Jefferson...

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  • Appalachian State University Department of Theatre and Dance

    Appalachian State University's Department of Theatre and Dance, engages in an academic program that provides course work and programs leading to a B.A. in Dance, a B.A. in Theatre, a B.S. with licensure in Theatre, a minor in theatre, a minor in dance, and courses to meet ge...

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  • Green Room Community Theatre

    History:The Green Room Community Theatre was originated in 1987 as a non-profit organization known as “The Green Room” by Thom Hutchens and other dedicated individuals. The purpose was to bring increased opportunity to experience live theatre as a participant or ...

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  • Hickory Community Theatre

    History The Hickory Community Theatre was first visualized in 1947 when a planning group met in the apartment of Buddy Deal, a part-time college student and touring actor. During the next sixteen months, progress was made irregularly until February 19, 1949, when a meeting w...

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  • Western Piedmont Symphony

    Mission Statement: Western Piedmont Symphony’s mission is to provide musical performances of distinction that enrich and enliven the community’s classical music experience; and to nourish new audiences through school concerts and family outreach programs....

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  • Catawba Science Center

    Our MissionTo change lives and inspire learning through science and wonder. CSC's permanent exhibit areas explore Physical, Natural and Earth sciences, while interactive traveling exhibits rotate throughout the year.Freshwater and saltwater aquarium exhibits – featurin...

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  • Newton Conover Auditorium

    Mission: The Newton-Conover Auditorium contributes to the economic, cultural, and social well-being of Catawba County by providing a place for the community to take part in arts education and performance. About Us: The Newton-Conover Auditorium is a 504 seat facility with...

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  • Full Circle Arts

    Mission Statement: Full Circle Arts is a non-for-profit artists cooperative of regional artists of all disciplines, whose members work together to encourage public appreciation of, and education in, the arts Goals: The goals of Full Circle Arts are to provide a space for ...

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  • New River Farmhouse

    Whether you are looking for a longterm corporate rental or a great vacation spot, the New River Farmhouse fits the bill.  The Farmhouse was built over 100 years ago on the banks of the New River.  We have recently updated the house but kept the old-timey mountain c...

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  • Kim Ellington Pottery
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  • Blowing Rock Art and History Museum

    The mission of the Blowing Rock Art and History Museum is to promote visual arts and history and to celebrate the rich heritage of the mountains. The Blowing Rock Art and History Museum is a non-profit organization located in the town of Blowing Rock, North Carolina, nestle...

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  • An Appalachian Summer Festival

    About Us: An Appalachian Summer Festival began in 1984 as a chamber music festival and has developed over the years to become one of the nation's largest regional multi-arts festivals with over 26,000 people in attendance each year. Presented by the Appalachian State Univer...

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  • Waldensian Heritage Museum

    About Us: The Waldenses were persecuted and nearly pushed to extinction, yet they were a faithful people who remained steadfast with courage and hope. Explore the legacy of these dedicated souls as you retrace their journey Europe in the Middle Ages to their settlement here...

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  • Museum of Ashe County History

    Who We Are When a new courthouse was built in 2001, the one constructed in 1904 faced an uncertain fate. Demolition was not a choice for a dedicated group of Ashe County citizens, who joined in an effort to preserve it as a museum. With the help of members of the Ashe County...

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  • Wilkes Art Gallery

    Mission Statement: The Wilkes Art Gallery is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to providing quality experiences in the arts through exhibits, classes, workshops and field trips for all ages. The staff and volunteer leadership promote art as a necessary and en...

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  • Wilkes Heritage Museum
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  • Cultural Arts Council Of Wilkes

    Mission Statement: It is the purpose of the Cultural Arts Council of Wilkes to foster, promote, and increase the public knowledge and appreciation of the arts and cultural activities in Wilkes County, North Carolina through coordination of programs and services as are deeme...

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  • Barter Theatre

    About Us: Our passion can be felt in two unique venues of live performance. From Barter Theatre, able to accommodate 507 patrons, to the more intimate Barter Stage II with 167 seats around a thrust stage...where the action is up-close and personal. Set inside a historical bu...

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  • Mountain Sunrise Arts Festival
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  • Heritage Hall Theatre Of Mountain City

    About Us: Between 1966 and 2005 a performance stage-as Shakespeare would have recognized it-did not exist in Mountain City or Johnson County, Tenn. Church social halls and school gymnasiums were the only venues for live entertainment but were no match for events staged ...

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  • Johnson City Area Arts Council

    About Us:   The Johnson City Area Arts Council (JCAAC) is a regional arts council, dedicated to preserving and nurturing the traditional arts and cultural communities of Johnson City and the surrounding five county area of Carter, Greene, Johnson, Unicoi and Washingto...

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  • Hands On Regional Museum

    Mission Statement: The mission of Hands On! is to inspire discovery and understanding of science and the arts in a place where learning and fun go hand in hand. Purpose Statement: To become the premier regional destination for interactive discovery. Diversity Statement: ...

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  • Music On The Square

    Held each Friday evening May through September, Music on the Square is Americana at its best, featuring live performances by local and regional bands, storytellers, poets, and performance artists. Each week offers at least two different acts. Many of the shops in Jonesboroug...

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  • Jonesborough Art Glass Gallery

    jAGG offers the work of over 100 American Artists. Pottery, jewelry, stained glass, blown glass, wooden utensils, mosaics, and more!...

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  • Johnson City Community Theatre

    Johnson City was 14 years old when its first theater group was formed in 1885. Preachers at the Methodist churches in town took to their pulpits, promising hellfire and damnation to anyone who darkened a playhouse door. A little more than a half-century later in 1912, Johns...

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  • Reece Museum

    About Us:                                                                            For more than 80 years the Reece Museum has told the many stories of Appalachia. Housing over 20,000 artifacts, the Reece collection captures the regio...

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