Hither! Join our merry company as we doth embark on a brave journey back to medieval times of knights and princesses, dragons and castles.
Join this informal group of oil painters each Thursday morning to paint in a supportive environment.
A fun, educational art program for preschoolers age 3-5 years.
Children ages 6 to 10 years are invited to join us at the Museum for creative art-making activities.
Join instructor Julie DelRosso for a fun mini-camp making three dimensional creations out of paper and recycled materials.
From themes to titles, Scots culture has influenced American music and literature widely – in particular that of the southern Appalachian Mountains. Join Jack Beck and Wendy Welch for a fun and fact and music filled evening exploring how the best of Scotland got mixed into the best of America.
This program will address one of the area's most important questions, "What does Daniel have to do with Boone?"
This workshop will cover how Sharon approaches a still life painting with particular focus on studying your still life inspiration before you begin to paint so that you can identify the big shapes, values, and pleasing composition.
Learn the history of two of the most significant roads in American history; The Wilderness Road and the Underground Railroad
Fiddler Kevin Burk plays solo traditional Irish fiddle
Discover the wonderful world of nature with this workshop.
Join author Ben Montgomery as he discusses his book about Emma Gatewood, the 67-year-old who hiked the 2,050-mile Appalachian Trail in 1955 - the first person to walk it twice, and then three times.
Let veteran teacher and master watercolorist, Dwight Rose, guide you through this multi-level watercolor workshop. Through his patient, clear and effective teaching style,
That rare film about an artist that is, in itself, a work of art, Rivers and Tides: Andy Goldsworthy Working with Time is a sensual and poetic journey into the world and mind of the renowned sculptor.
Build and create an original puppet based on your favorite story book or movie character.
Here attendees have the first opportunity to acquire that “must have” antique.
Over 5,000 square feet of gallery space is transformed into a show-floor filled with furnishings, porcelain, jewelry, silver, art, and more on display from antique dealers along the east coast, from New York City, Atlanta, and everywhere in between.
For more than 200 years, the Melungeons have been the subject of folklore and speculation in Appalachia and beyond. Wayne Winkler, director of public radio station WETS-FM in Johnson City, TN, will discuss this mixed-ethnic population and share some of the latest research on their mysterious ancestry.