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  • Athens Area Council For The Arts

    AACA's Mission: "To enrich the quality of life and make a difference for our community by providing opportunities for the expression and  appreciation of the arts." ...

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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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  • Appalachian Arts Craft Center

    The Community Craft Center was founded in 1970 by Grace Foster and Sara Shepard Starr, working with the Anderson County Community Action Commission. The stated purpose was, "to enrich the souls and pocketbooks of low-income people in Anderson County." The original members as...

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  • Triple J Metal Arts
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  • Museum of Appalachia

    The Museum of Appalachia is a non-profit, 501(c)3 corporation. We are grateful for your support in continuing our mission of preserving our Appalachian heritage and culture.  The Museum of Appalachia, a living history museum of pioneer, frontier, and early artifacts of...

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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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  • Dogwood Arts Festival
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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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  • Knoxville Museum of Art

    History of the Knoxville Museum of Art:The Knoxville Museum of Art (KMA) celebrates the art and artists of East Tennessee, presents new art and new ideas, educates and serves a diverse community, and enhances Knoxville’s quality of life. The KMA’s predecessor, th...

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  • The Art Market Gallery

    The Art Market Gallery is a cooperative of East Tennessee artists dedicated to providing a vibrant marketplace for original art and fine crafts. Works on display in the gallery range from the traditional to the contemporary, by more than sixty Knoxville-area artists and cr...

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  • World Grotto And Gallery

    World Grotto is an underground cavern in the heart of downtown Knoxville that has been open for 5 years. It has 8,000 lbs of crystals set into rock walls in the downstairs music room. There is a beautifully decorated bar with a fountain / waterfall...

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  • Ijams Nature Center

    About Us : Ijams Nature Center's mission is to develop and maintain the park as a wildlife sanctuary. Ijams seeks to increase knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of the natural world by providing quality environmental educational programs and nature-related experienc...

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  • Knoxville Expo Center

    About Knoxville Expo CenterFor promoters and coordinators looking to host events in Knoxville at a facility that is easy to work with and convenient to get to...Knoxville Expo Center is Tennessee's largest privately-owned exhibition hall and events center.We take pride in ou...

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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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  • Willow Bay Fine Art Gallery

    About The Gallery : Willow Bay Fine Art Gallery is located one block west of I-75 off exit 112. We offer a beautiful line of Limited Edition Prints, Original works of art on Canvas and G'clees, on both paper and canvas. All Fine Art at Willow Bay Gallery, is display...

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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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  • 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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  • McCreary Festival And Parade

    McCrearyFest has been an annual tradition for the citizens of McCreary County, Kentucky for nearly thirty years. Started in November 1980 as a project of the local Chamber of Commerce, The Fest moved to October(the first weekend to be exact) in 1981 and has been there ever s...

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  • McCreary County Museum

    About Us: Located in the heart of historic downtown Stearns, KY the McCreary County Museum is housed in the old Stearns Coal and Lumber Company Corporate headquarters that was built in 1907. The Museum was founded in 1988 and we invite everyone to come and explore two floor...

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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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  • Fallen Water Farm Festival

    Each family we sponsor receives an equal share of the proceeds. Along with the money, we have a canned food drive and the food is divided equally between the two families. Craft vendors are setup throughout the farm grounds, live country and gospel music is playing on th...

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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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  • Regal Entertainment Group

    Regal Entertainment Group (NYSE: RGC) is the largest motion picture exhibitor in the world. The Company's theatre circuit, comprising Regal Cinemas, United Artists Theatres and Edwards Theatres, operates 6,386 screens in 539 locations in 40 states and the District of Columbi...

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  • UT Downtown Gallery

    The University of Tennessee's Downtown Gallery is located next to the historic Emporium Building, at 106 South Gay Street in downtown Knoxville. The concept for locating an auxillary gallery in a replenished urban area was advanced by Paul Lee, Director of the School of Art,...

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  • Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture

    Mission:  - To coordinate exhibitions that illustrate both historical and current attitudes in art and architecture; to support the academic goals of these respective areas; to serve as a cultural resource for the general university and regional communities. - To d...

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  • McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture

    Mission: The mission of the McClung Museum is to advance understanding and appreciation of the earth and its peoples through the collection, preservation, study, interpretation, and exhibition of objects and data. As a part of the University of Tennessee, the museum works to...

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  • Foothills Craft Guild

    In 1967 a group of craftsmen operating under the name of Oak Ridginal Crafts decided to make it professional after participating in numerous craft shows and exhibitions. The group incorporated the Foothills Craft Guild in 1968 chartering it as an educational, non-profit corp...

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  • Beck Cultural Exchange Center

    The Beck Cultural Exchange Center. Inc. was founded in 1975. Since its inception, the Center has reached more than a half million people. from local residents to individuals from all over the world. This has been achieved through cultural exhibits and resource materials incl...

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  • Blount Mansion

    History William Blount chose to build his mansion in Knoxville after signing the Treaty of the Holston just a few yards away from the Mansion's location. Blount's Knoxville mansion would serve as the territorial capitol, as well as a family home. The care in construction, a...

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  • Mabry-Hazen House

    The Mabry-Hazen House Museum, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is located atop Mabry's Hill in Knoxville, Tennessee. Built in 1858 and housing three generations of the same family from 1858-1987, the Mabry-Hazen House served as headquarters for both Union ...

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  • Historic Ramsey House

    Mission : The purpose and mission of the Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities at Historic Ramsey House is to restore, maintain and preserve the historic structure, its gardens, and its dependencies; to interpret the early life and culture of early Tenne...

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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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  • The Muse Knoxville

    Mission: The Muse Knoxville's mission is to inspire and empower generations at the intersection of Science and Art....

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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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