Arts

For this month’s exhibit at In-Town Gallery, artists were challenged to create works that characterize the hottest, sunniest season.

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Theater, dance, visual art and film.

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By STAFF REPORT

Suzanne Mortimer’s mixed media “Gray Matter #1” is among the works in “Outside the Classroom,” a collection of works by visual arts instructors from Girls Preparatory School and the McCallie School going on view in the Exum Gallery at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 305 W. Seventh St.

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By STAFF REPORT

A successful run of “Macbeth” last summer has led Back Alley Productions to a second traveling Shakespeare show.

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By LYNDA EDWARDS

The Impressionists scandalized the wealthy taste makers of Paris so badly, some art collectors tried to physically attack their paintings.

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By STAFF REPORT

Hamilton Place has issued a call for quilters to take part in its second annual Community Quilt Show.

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By STAFF REPORT

It’s a book signing, a slide show and a question-and-answer session spread over two nights, and just to make things even more interesting, Part 2 will be presented first.

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A lot of people are hiding from each other in the Forest of Arden — and that’s part of the fun in Shakespeare’s classic comedy “As You Like It.”

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“Inspirations” is the theme of the current community arts show presented by the Franklin County Arts Guild at the Artisan Depot, 201 E. Cumberland St. in Cowan, Tenn.

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By STAFF REPORT

Theater, dance, visual art and film.

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