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Category Archives: Art
Knoxville Museum of Art’s ‘Kickoff to Summer’ still holds title of most fun fundraiser in town: Here’s why!
Like I have always said that the most fun fundraiser of the year is the Knoxville Museum of Art’s Kickoff to Summer party. It was a little late this year, as many events have been, due to COVID cancellations and … Continue reading
Knoxville Museum of Art Guild celebrates its surprisingly successful year with wrap-up luncheon
Like Much like the Knoxville Symphony League, the Knoxville Museum of Art Guild celebrated a stunningly successful fundraising season with a festive luncheon last week. Held in the Ann and Steve Bailey Hall at the museum, the event also featured … Continue reading
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L’Amour du Vin 2020: Back when we could have fun!
Like It hasn’t been that long — it actually was just earlier this month — but it seems like an eternity ago. The Knoxville Museum of Art hosted what was one of the last big social occasions many Knoxvillians would … Continue reading
Wine, food and ‘donuts behaving badly!’
Like The Knoxville Museum of Art’s hugely successful L’Amour du Vin fundraiser has come and gone (more on that in a later post), but one of my favorite parts of the whole weekend every year is what’s called the “Artist’s … Continue reading
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‘The most important artist Knoxville ever produced’
Like We are in full-on Beauford Delaney season here in Knoxville. And that’s a good thing. Because, according to David Butler, executive director of the Knoxville Museum of Art, the late Delaney is “by any standard, the most important artist … Continue reading
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Two Knoxville friends among top state artistic talent
Like We went to the Governor’s Arts Awards in Nashville last week because we wanted to see our friends Charlie Daniel and Ashley Capps receive the high honor. And what we got during those two hours in Conservation Hall at … Continue reading
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People who live in glass houses
Like I’m sure you’ve heard of the famous “glass house” built on a cliff in South Knoxville’s Lakemoor Hills neighborhood by longtime University of Tennessee architecture professor William Starke Shell. He donated it to the Knoxville Museum of Art when … Continue reading
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Five plays in five days — from the best to the bomb
Like Five plays in five days. Picasso, Van Gogh, Magritte, Pollock, Warhol. A Liberty cruise. And enough food and drink to sink a battleship. That’s what Alan and I experienced last month when we joined other supporters of the Clarence … Continue reading
Filed under: Art, Events, Theater, Travel 11 Comments
KMA’s Artist’s Luncheon: a Friday of fabulousness
Like While L’Amour du Vin would seem to be about wine, the whole long weekend really is about art. L’Amour du Vin, a wine dinner with a visiting chef, a visiting vintner and a visiting artist, is the single largest … Continue reading
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Celebrating a Knoxville artist who loved New York
Like “Joseph Delaney: On the Move” is a little trip to the hurly-burly street life of New York City — and it’s right here near downtown Knoxville. Delaney, the younger brother of better known artist Beauford Delaney, was born in … Continue reading
Filed under: Art, Downtown, Events, Knoxville 4 Comments