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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

    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 Museum presents...

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Sparta Teapot Museum
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  • Stone Mountain State Park

    The massive granite dome at Stone Mountain State Park keeps watch on park visitors enjoying nearly every type of outdoor activity - camping, hiking, climbing, fishing, picnicking, horseback riding and more. There are more than 18 miles of trails, matched by more than 20 mile...

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  • Mount Airy Museum of Regional History

    Mission Statement: The Purpose of the Mount Airy Museum of Regional History is to  Collect, Preserve and Interpret the Natural, Historic, and Artistic Heritage of the Region. History Ours is an all American story - typical of how communities grew up all across our gr...

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  • Talley's Custom Frame and Gallery

    We have been in business for over 30 years. Talley's Custom Frame was started by my father Carl Talley at his home. The business expanded and moved to our current location, 17 years ago. Our goal is to provide professional service and quality at a reasonable price. We offer...

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  • The Surry Arts Council

    Our Mission The purpose of the Surry Arts Council is to provide opportunities for all the people of our community to experience high-quality performances and instruction in the performing and visual arts - while ensuring its continuity through financially responsible lead...

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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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  • The Lincoln Theatre

    Mission StatementThe mission of The Lincoln Theatre is to create and sustain a regional center for enrichment, education, and entertainment. Through the quality and integrity of programming and management, The Lincoln Theatre will operate with sensitivity to the diversity of...

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  • Matthews Living History Farm Museum

    Mission The Concept The principal concept of the facility is to construct a thoroughly authentic period farm, demonstrating the equipment, techniques and lifeways appropriate to the period. This facility will explain the interplay between technology, trade, demographic...

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  • Oldcranks Museum
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  • Those Who Served War Museum

    About Us A 1942 jeep sits proudly in the main entrance, as a tribute to an unheralded West Virginia veteran, who was awarded a Bronze Star for his efforts transporting a wounded soldier and equipment through German encampments during the Battle of the Bulge in December of 1...

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  • The Museums Of Wytheville

    The home of Wytheville'’s first resident physician, the Haller-Gibboney Rock House has played a significant role in Wytheville'’s history since its construction in 1823. Dr. John Haller served his community as a country doctor, county coroner and delegate to the Virginia L...

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  • Wythe Arts Council

    The Wythe Arts Council sponsors the Chautauqua Festival in the Park, an 8 day arts/music festival beginning the third Saturday in June in Wytheville, VA...

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  • Wohlfahrt Haus Dinner Theatre

    The name "Wohlfahrt Haus" was chosen to honor early pioneer Wilhelm Ludwig Wohlfahrt, born in 1718, who immigrated to America from Baden, Germany in 1750 on the vessel "Phoenix", captained by John Mason of Rotterdam.* Johann Wilhelm Ludwig Wohlfahrt married Margaretha Hoag, ...

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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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  • Chilhowie Community Apple Festival

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  • Smyth County Jam

    Our goal is to provide a musical event that will showcase the various musicians and singers in the surrounding area while teaching the aspects of musicianship as well as encouraging the development of new talents while at the same time providing entertainment as a service to...

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  • Museum Of The Middle Appalachians

    The Saltville Foundation was incorporated as a non-profit organization in October of 1991 with the goal of establishing a modern research and exhibit museum, outdoor interpretive trails and living history exhibits, and community outreach program that would encourage and faci...

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  • Russell County Fair Association

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  • William King Museum

    Mission And Vision:The William King Museum of Art is a visual arts and cultural heritage museum serving the residents of Abingdon and the surrounding communities as well as visitors who are seeking enjoyable and enriching visual arts experiences.  The Museum’s mis...

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  • Barter Theatre

    Imagine a live hog or a dead rattlesnake for the price of admission. We are a theatre of curiosity. And endurance. During the Depression, Robert Porterfield, an enterprising young actor, returned to his native Southwest Virginia with an extraordinary proposition: Bartering ...

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  • The Arts Depot

    History: A site of bustling activity and excitement, the original depot was built in 1858. The trains stopping at the depot delivered manufactured goods, new ideas and visitors from afar. Local agricultural and mining products found their way to the markets of the world. D...

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  • Pickin' Porch Show

    The Pickin' Porch Show is a weekly two hour Bluegrass and Old-Time music show hosted by "Your Bluegrass Buddy" Tim White.These wonderful performances feature the very best singers, musicians and groups to be found anywhere, and most of them hail from right here in the Birthp...

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  • Mountain Music Museum

    Mountain Music is as timeless as the majestic Appalachians themselves. When our great country was young, shipload after shipload of immigrants came to her shores from points far and wide, and many of them found themselves trying to eke out a meager living in the hills and ho...

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  • Appalachian Cultural Music Association

    The Appalachian Cultural Music Association (ACMA) was formed to promote and perpetuate the music of the Southern Appalachian Region. The ACMA is based in Bristol, VA-TN, the official “Birthplace of Country Music”. Our mission statement is: “To preserve an...

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  • Virginia Highlands Festival

    Robert Porterfield held the first festival in 1948 on the front porch of the Martha Washington Inn in conjunction with the founding of the famed Barter Theatre (State Theatre of Virginia). His purpose was to preserve and celebrate the cultural heritage of this area. The Fest...

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