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  • Oak Ridge Art Center

    History:When Oak Ridge was founded for the Manhattan Project, individuals were brought to the newly formed city from all over the world. Isolated "behind the fence," they needed facilities to socialize, entertain, and provide intellectual and creative stimulation. ...

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  • Children's Museum of Oak Ridge

    Mission: To provide educational programs and exhibits with an emphasis on play and hands-on learning for all ages and backgrounds in the arts, environmental studies, history and the world cultures that inspire, enrich and improve the lives of East Tennessee children and ...

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  • Music Arts School

    Mission To provide an education in a variety of musical instruments, including voice, and music theory to a broad spectrum of students in the Oak Ridge area and surrounding communities without regard to race, religion, residential location, or age.History Originally the Oa...

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  • Cumberland County Playhouse

    History: In 1963, Crossville, Tennessee was a town you passed through on the way to other places. Located in Cumberland County, the town and surrounding Appalachian region was economically depressed. Resort and recreational development was in its infancy. High unemployment ...

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  • Arts In Motion

    Mission: Arts In Motion's mission statement is simple. Each student has something unique and special to offer. No student will ever be refused admission due to financial concerns. No student will ever be discriminated against for any reason. History: Arts In Motion was fo...

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  • Creative Discovery Museum

    Mission: Our mission is to inspire all children to explore, innovate, create and play. Creative Discovery Museum is a non-profit community asset created first-and-foremost for the families of Chattanooga, serving over 250,000 people each year. The Museum is a funded agency...

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  • Sweet Water Valley Cheese
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  • The Charles Hall Museum

    About Us: Charles and Billie Nell Hall have devoted their lives to their community. Charles served as Tellico Plains Mayor for a total of 33 years, from 1951-1955. He also served as an alderman in 1961, recorder in 1962, and after again being elected mayor on September ...

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  • Coker Creek Crafts Gallery

    About Coker Creek Gallery Gallery owners and photographers Bill and Laura Hodge invite you to experience exceptional art and traditional handmade craft in the unspoiled mountains of Coker Creek, TN. The Gallery features 30 local and regional artists in the the mediums of Ph...

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  • Studio II Art Center

    Vicki Daniel Hardee lives and works in the Scenic City of the South, Chattanooga, Tennessee. She has painted professionally for more that 20 years. In 1985, she opened Studio II Art Center, where she maintains her studio and gallery, and provides a full range of art-related ...

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  • The Mountain Opry

    From the mountains and valleys of Southeast Tennessee, North Georgia, and North Alabama, come some of the finest talents of traditional, mountain, and bluegrass music. As natural to the region as the streams and woodlands that grace the mountains and farmlands, this native m...

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  • Billie Nipper Art Enterprises
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  • Museum Center At 5ive Points

    The History of the MuseumOn March 9, 1992, a committee was created to study the feasibility of establishing a museum in Cleveland. The group defined the museum as: An organized and permanent non-profit institution, essentially educational or aesthetic in purpose, with profes...

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  • Chattanooga African American Museum

    African Americans have done their part in every war that America has participated even though most history books will not present this in a clear fashion. Just as Crispus Attucks had shed the first blood of the Revolution, Africans in America were involved in the first majo...

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  • Baldwin Art Group

    From our inception in 1985, Baldwin Art Group's focus has been on quality, design and service. We offer a custom product at an affordable price. A leader in the art manufacturing industry, we are a wholesale business catering to better furniture stores and interior designers...

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  • McMinn County Living Heritage Museum

    The Vision of the McMinn County Living Heritage Museum is to preserve our community’s distinctive history, share its rich heritage, and celebrate its unique culture for the education and enrichment of the public and all visitors.   The Mission of the McMinn C...

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  • Chatsworth Portrait Studio

    About Us: Welcome to Chatsworth Portrait Studio, the studio designed with you in mind. Located just off Highway 411 in historic downtown Chatsworth, our studio has made some wonderful changes in the past few years. We are locally owned and operated by professional photogr...

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  • Bluff View Art District

    About Us: Bluff View Art District is a historic neighborhood filled with restaurants, a coffee house, art gallery, historic Bed & Breakfast, and plenty of gardens, plazas and courtyards where you can relax and rejuvenate. The neighborhood, which stretches over 1.5 city ...

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  • Andrews Valley Artist's Gallery
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  • Henn Theatre

    About Us : Established in 1934, the Henn has been a beacon of light for the citizens of Murphy and is now starting to shine even brighter! We have added all new surround-sound to the theater and are working on expanding the facilities as well as offering a large selection o...

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  • Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association and Art Center

    The Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association and Art Center offers classes in: Watercolors, Oil Painting, Dance, Woodcarving, Drawing, Music, Knitting, Mosaics, Creative Writing, Pottery, Basketry, Pen & Ink, Yoga, Mixed Media...plus much, much more. We also offer a Youth S...

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  • Turning Leaf Wood Art

    About: Turning Leaf - A Fine Art Gallery, now in their 13th year, is a well established gallery located in the heart of Historic Downtown Blue Ridge, Georgia. We proudly feature the works of EXCLUSIVELY American Artists and we currently represent more than 60 artists. Many ...

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  • Turning Leaf Wood Art

    OUR STORY: The gallery originated in the fall of 2003 in a very small space( approximately 200 sq. ft) 2 blocks off Main Street in Blue Ridge, Georgia. The gallery opened with the works of just 4 artists; Sherry Darling (me) with baskets and photography, Gary Gardner &ndash...

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  • Multitudes Gallery

    Multitudes Gallery in Blue Ridge, Georgia, features the art of hand blown glass. We represent over 75 nationally and internationally known glass artists from all over the United States. In addition, we feature the work of regional artists in jewelry, ceramic pottery, iron ...

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  • High Country Art And Antique

    About Us Welcome to High Country Art and Antique. Situated on the southern end of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the heart of historic Blue Ridge, Georgia, we are home to almost 1000 pieces of original artwork from over 65 local and regional artists. Our artwork ranges from ...

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  • Half Moon Music Festival

    About Us: The Half Moon Music Festival is a yearly showcase of the area's best talent and is a favorite for music lovers of all ages. This year’s festiv al features a variety of local musical talent with acts that include Jazz, Gospel, and Classical formats. Last y...

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  • Bridal Gallery

    About Us:The Bridal Gallery offers you a relaxed, romantic experience in your search for the perfect wedding attire or formal wear. We invite you to visit our salon and allow our professional staff to assist you in finding the perfect gown to compliment your special day!...

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  • Palace Theater

    Our Mission : We are providing Maryville with a fun place that is family oriented. You can come for a morning pick-me-up, Lunch, a movie, a children's show and our acoustic concerts....

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  • Parkway Drive-In

    History:The Parkway Drive-In was built and ran by the Brooks family in the 50's, 60's, 70's and until 1984 when it closed. Husband and wife team Perry and Becky Humberd secured a lease on the property and reopened the Drive-In in June 1999. While the property is still lease...

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  • Tri-State Exhibition Center

    Tri-State Exhibition Center is conveniently located just 1/2 mile off Interstate 75 at Exit 20 in Cleveland, Tennessee. Just minutes from Chattanooga, approximately 70 miles from Knoxville, two and one-half hour drive from Atlanta, Georgia. We are easily accessible via...

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  • Little River Railroad And Lumber Company Museum

    Mission : Our mission is to preserve the history of the Little River Railroad and the Little River Lumber Company The Little River Railroad and Lumber Company is a non-profit corporation founded in 1982 to preserve the heritage of the the Little River Lumber Company and ...

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  • Mill Spring Gallery

    About Us: Mill Spring Gallery occupies the corner of the historic General Morgan Inn, at the intersection of Main Street and Depot Street in Greeneville, TN. Judie and Gary Rudicell purchased the gallery in 2003 and have transformed it into a showcase for original artw...

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  • Hunter Museum Of American Art

    Perched on an 80-foot bluff on the edge of the Tennessee River, the Hunter Museum of American Art offers stunning views of the river and the surrounding mountains. This panorama is equaled only by the exceptional collection of American art inside recognized as one of the cou...

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  • Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum

    History In 1959, a small group of Chattanooga railfans, concerned about the dissaparance of steam locomotives and passenger trains for the railroads of America, organized the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum (TVRM). In 1961, the TVRM was formally chartered as a non-profit, e...

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  • Glenstone Galleries And Gifts

    Glenstone Galleries & Gifts is a fine framing and art gallery owned and operated by Jack D. Wood, CPF(Certified Professional Framer) with 39 years of professional framing experience. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is ready to share our experience, cr...

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  • Sequoyah Birthplace Museum

    Mission The mission of the Sequoyah Birthplace Museum, a property of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, is to promote the understanding and appreciation of the history and culture of the Cherokee Indians in Eastern Tennessee, particularly the life and contributions of Seq...

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  • American Museum Of Science And Energy

    History: The museum opened in 1949 in an old wartime cafeteria. It was originally named the American Museum of Atomic Energy. Its guided tours took visitors through the peaceful uses of atomic energy. The present facility, opened in 1975, continues to provide the genera...

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  • Actors Co-op

    The Actors Co-op is a non-profit theatre company striving to engage our community with thought-provoking, entertaining performances. We roam the streets, we mix up the venues and we hope to see you soon. Look for the white umbrella....

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  • The Sweetwater Valley Citizens For The Arts

    About Us The Sweetwater Valley Citizens for the Arts was founded thirty-four years ago by a group of interested citizens who have left and continue to support a legacy of love of children and arts education within the community where they live. Responsible for many annual ...

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  • Monroe Area Council for the Arts

    The Mission Statement of the Monroe Area Council for the Arts, chartered in 1995, is as follows: "The corporation shall have as its purpose the coordination, communication, promotion and development of cultural activities in the Monroe County area and the surrounding areas, ...

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