On First Friday, July 1st, OASIS will host a reception for the exhibit titled “ Jewel Yoder Hertzler: Recent Paintings.”
The Mildred W. Spicer Arts Fund is seeking applications for an award to celebrate inclusive art opportunities within the community.
Bridgewater College is recognizing academic achievement during a week of activities dedicated to showcasing excellence.
The Arts Council of the Valley its selections for Advancing the Arts grants awarded to local artists and educators.
Housekeeping, by regional artists Dymph De Wild, Corinne Diop, and Rebecca Silberman, will open Saturday, February 26, in the Beverley Street Studio School Gallery.
Calling all metalworkers, wood sculptors, ceramicists, textile transformers, painting geniuses, and wizards of charcoal: Crozet Arts and Crafts Festivals are now accepting applications for our 2016 events.
The Arts Council of the Valley announced the award of Advancing the Arts grants awarded to local artists and educators.
Bridgewater College offers a wide range of arts and events for the community to enjoy during the 2016 spring semester.
During the month of January, the Shenandoah Valley Art Center is exhibiting New Watercolor: A Juried Contemporary Exhibit featuring 18 regional artists.
A $25,000 grant is the second NEA award garnered by the Heifetz Institute in 2015.
As the River City Radio Hour nears the end of this 2014-15 season, it packs the May performance with talent. Jazz chanteuse Nadine Chase, country singer Brian Buchanan, poet/composer David Young (aka Duffy), humorist Marsha Howard, the renown Boogie Kings, and a new serial Ladies of the Library will be combined in a 90-minute performance.
The hit PBS television series “Downton Abbey” and life in the Edwardian era provide the inspiration for a new exhibition at Bridgewater College titled “BC Goes Downton: Life Here and Across the Pond from 1900-1920.”
Shenandoah Valley Children’s Choir kicks off busy spring with concert, auditions and ‘fun’ new choirs
The Shenandoah Valley Children’s Choir (SVCC) hosts their annual spring concert, a kick-off to a busy spring season of auditions and fundraising.
Comedian Brian Regan was seen in the Chris Rock movie, Top Five, and he was nominated for a 2014 American Comedy Award for Best Concert Comic. In February 2014, Regan performed two sold-out shows at the 12,500-seat EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City, and in August of 2013, Regan sold out the legendary, 8,600-seat Red Rocks Amphitheater outside of Denver.
Snowshoe Mountain Resort (www.snowshoemtn.com), the #1 ski resort in the Mid-Atlantic region, announced the full event line-up of its spring break music and college party celebration.
The Shenandoah Valley Art Center, during the month of March, is featuring, 40 Under 40. In this third annual show, the art center is highlighting the artwork of young and emerging artists.
The Staunton Augusta Art Center announces the Opening of the Annual Juried Youth Art Show scheduled for Sunday, March 1, 1-3pm in the art galleries of the RR Smith Center for History and Art, 20 S. New Street in historic downtown Staunton across from the downtown Visitor Center and New Street parking garage.
Take a minute and read this book title: The Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes our Future (or Don’t Trust Anyone under 30). Chances are those words elicited some kind of emotion.
The Staunton Augusta Art Center announces an unprecedented offering of three concurrent art exhibits which open with a reception Friday evening, January 16, 5-7 p.m. and which will continue through Saturday, February 21.
An associate professor of economics at Bridgewater College has published an account of a quarrelsome 1984 poultry strike at the Marval plant in Dayton, Va.
Drs. Gavin Lawson and Clifford Harmon will present “Swords in the Middle Ages and Renaissance” at7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 15, in Cole Hall at Bridgewater College.
To kick off the new year, The Greenbrier resort in West Virginia is launching its second annual Discovery Series, a collection of 10 themed weekends meant to elevate the senses, uncover hidden passions and cultivate the palate.
The Community Foundation of the Central Blue Ridge announces the opening of their 2015 grant application cycle. Nonprofit organizations either located in or serving Staunton, Waynesboro, and Augusta, Nelson, and Highland counties are eligible and encouraged to apply.
Thomas Skalak, vice president for research at the University of Virginia, has been named the inaugural executive director for science and technology programs at the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation in Seattle, officials announced Monday. The appointment is effective Feb. 1.