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Public Art Inspires All Who Traverse There

Outdoor sculptures enhance the views at venues like Palestine's Main Street Art Tracks and the Sculpture For All Exhibition and Competition at Stephen F. Austin.

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Jefferson Playhouse is Spreading it Around

Jefferson's community theatre is presenting the comedy at 7:30 p.m. June 8 and 9, in the Jefferson Playhouse.

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Lee Ann Womack Song Nominated for Americana Award

Upper East Side of Texas native Lee Ann Womack is in good company among the nominees of the 2018 Americana Honors & Awards Nominees. Womack's "All the Trouble," co-written with Waylon Payne and Adam Wright is nominated as Song of the Year along with "A Little Pain" by Margo Price, "If We Were Vampires" by Jason Isbell, and "The Joke" by Brandi Carlile.

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Hot Peas 'N Butter Appear in Lufkin

The Angelina Arts Alliance has scheduled a multicultural music concert as part of its annual Family Funday Series. Hot Peas ‘N Butter perform at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 3 at the Temple Theater on the Angelina College Campus.

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Best Places to Experience Art

County Line Magazine reader poll identifies these art venues as "Best of the Upper East Side of Texas." Locations are Denison, Longview, Tyler and Marshall.

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Variety Marks Spring Organ Festival

Three-day schedule includes concerts, talks, social gatherings and silent movie accompaniment.

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Meet Artist Valery Guignon of Winnsboro

A lifelong artist, Winnsboro newcomer Valery Guignon is regularly found at the Winnsboro Center for the Arts, volunteering at the gift shop and teaching classes on everything from fabric painting to mask-making.

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TRAHC's 30th Annual Juried Exhibition Extends Call for Entries

The exhibition is open to all artists 18 years and older currently residing in the U.S.

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Libraries Rock! Bound to Break the 'Shhh' Standard ... and for Good Cause

Nacogdoches library's fundraiser is "one for the books!"

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Local Author's Booksigning in Tyler

Mademoíselle Renoír à París recounts Wells’ travel to Paris in the summer of 1968 to study abroad at the Sorbonne. She provides a first-hand account of the civil unrest, student protests and violence which plagued Paris at that time.

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Treat Mother to Great Music

Winners of this year’s Betty Whitlock Scholarship Awards will also showcase their talent in a pre-concert at 2:30 p.m. They include Randi Brannan, saxophone of Mineola; Seth Carter, tuba of Paris; Craig Crawford, piano of Texarkana; Sam Greenwell, marimba of Paris; Madeline Majors, voice of Mount Vernon.

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Four-State Student Art Show Announced

In 2017, a total of 555 entries came from 10 high schools, 14 middle schools, eight elementary schools, and three private instructors. Out of those, 175 were accepted into the exhibit: 50 elementary entries, 55 middle school entries, and 70 high school entries. Twenty-seven of those pieces were recognized for outstanding work.

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