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At first blush, the idea of presenting an opera inside Historic Engel Stadium might seem strange. But the folks with Artisti Affamati are producing "The Mighty Casey," which is based on the Ernest Thayer poem "Casey at the Bat," which has the memorable final line "But there is no joy in Mudville -- mighty Casey has struck out."
Producers at Dalton Little Theatre seem to have developed a certain fondness for playwright Mark Dunn. This weekend, it appears the feeling is mutual.
Hunter Museum of American Art will premiere an event on Sunday, April 27. Its first undergraduate student symposium will focus on "Race in America."
Three Lee University senior art majors are displaying their work through Friday, May 9, at the Museum Center at Five Points in Cleveland, Tenn.
In high school, there was a time when, like many word-loving students (read: nerds), I briefly fancied myself a poet. I filled journals with rondeaux and cinquains, with haiku and sonnets. I showed them to my parents and read them, perhaps overly proudly, in my creative-writing class.
Theater, dance, visual art and film.
Back-to-back exhibitions at UTC's Cress Gallery showcase the talents of senior Bachelor of Fine Arts students.
The University Art Gallery at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tenn., will close the 2013-14 exhibition season with "Senior Art Majors: Transparency and Impressions," on view from Friday, April 11, through Saturday, May 10.
Back Alley Productions will present a Tennessee Williams classic, “The Glass Menagerie,” in four performances this weekend.
City's premiere art show features 143 artists at First Tennessee Pavilion
With 12,000 folks visiting last year's 4 Bridges Arts Festival, is it any wonder that more than 430 artists from across the country applied for one of this year's coveted booths?