Chasidy, a Mississippian at heart, a well-known artist in the region, a teacher for over 15 years and a lover of Jonesborough. Her dedication to art, history and old things stems from memories of her grandfather. She explained how she admired his kind heart and hardworking nature as she delicately rolled his harmonica over in her hand.
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) - A local nonprofit cafe and local artist are teaming up to fill bellies and fill hearts with an art movement that hopes the spread the love. Every month, new artwork is featured on the walls of One Acre Cafe in Johnson City, a pay-what-you-can restaurant that focuses on nourishing the [...]
Through the end of October, paintings form Hathorn's More Love collection - a one-artist nonprofit movement that's all about sharing the love - will be on display and also on sale at the cafe at 603 W. Walnut St.
The 5 x 5 Exhibit & Fundraiser took place in August and was hugely successful. JCPA committee members Sarah Nobles, Chasidy Hathorn, and Elvis Kee headed up the planning committee for the event and pulled everything together within a couple of months. Artists generously donated over 120 artworks for the benefit, and nearly all of...
"The librarian said it wasn't art," Chasidy Hathorn read as she pointed to the words painted on the mixed medium piece hanging on the wall of her historic home. Hathorn, a former schoolteacher and now an art teacher at the McKinney Center, said "I had to retire from public school teaching because it got to the point that I couldn't help those kids anymore.
Pepper has lived at the shelter more than 400 days since April 2018, when her owner had to go live in a nursing home. Gigi, who was not so fortunate as to have a home, was brought in as an unwanted cat in May 2018, which has been more than 380 days.
From STAFF REPORTS "The librarian said it wasn't art," Chasidy Hathorn read as she pointed to the words painted on the mixed medium piece hanging on the wall of her historic home. Hathorn, a former school teacher and now an art teacher at the McKinney Center, said "I had to retire from public school teaching because it got to the point that I couldn't help those kids anymore.
The weeklong Journeys of Women VI art show opens to the public on Friday, Aug. 31 at the McKinney Center, 103 Franklin Ave., Jonesborough, to show off the work of artists in the region and raise money for The Women's Fund of East Tennessee, a group that advocates for and serves low-income women and girls in 25 counties in our corner of the state.
Set for Saturday evening, Sept. 7, in the Johnson City Holiday Inn Ballroom, The Crumley House Polynesian Beach Party is an informal, beach-themed affair that annually brings out several hundred people with a heart for the region's only residential and day programs for therapeutic recovery from life-altering head injuries.
The event is free and open to the public Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday from noon-5 p.m. Nearly 40 artists were carefully chosen for this unique exhibition, which includes sculpture, pottery, oil, acrylic and watercolor paintings, photography, handmade furniture, jewelry and more.
The Arts & Culture Alliance is pleased to present four new exhibitions at the Emporium Center in downtown Knoxville from February 3-24, 2017. A public reception will take place on Friday, February 3, from 5:00-9:00 PM to which the public is invited to meet the artists and view the artwork.
The McKinney Center hosts numerous Art Shows and Exhibits throughout the year that feature local and regional artists. In addition, the Mary B. Martin Program for the Arts has a faculty of artist instructors for the art and theatre classes. Many of the artists are featured in the local news media.