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Come on out to our holiday Open House 12-5 Saturday, December 21st! We will be featuring all our consignment artists’ talent. Many will be in attendance, and will have brought in lots of new goodies to peruse – come enjoy refreshments and shop for locally made gifts! Live music on site – stay tuned for… Read More
You are invited to our 2019 Christmas Open House! Featuring our one-of-a-kind Christmas tree decorated with hundreds of hand-cut paper ornaments by local Scherenschnitte artist Bonnie Grove, and a charming Victorian Christmas parlor with late 19th and early 20th century holiday decorations and toys. You can also enjoy our permanent exhibits, “Toys from the… Read More
Join us for a musical journey to the stars! A benefit for the John Glenn Astronomy Park, presented by SATB: a different kind of choir. SATB’s mission is to create powerful and inspiring music in partnerhsip with social justice organizations to bring support and awareness to their causes. The astronomy park is dedicated to sparking… Read More
In the parking lot or basement of Arts West depending on the weather, a beginners’ style slow string jam with a guest “leader” each month. December’s guest, local musician, Morgan Hager, specializes in fiddle tunes and waltzes from West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky. She plays fiddle, guitar and banjo. Bring an instrument or borrow one… Read More
Caller T-Claw from Elkins, WV, and band, The Corndoggers will offer an evening of lively old time music. No Experience or Partner Needed. Bring friends, a good attitude & beverage of choice (with valid 21+ ID as needed). Open String Jam at 6pm, followed by Dancing at 7pm.
Presented by OU Performing Arts Series & Arts West Free and Open to the Public Doors Open at 6pm “Velvet Underground meets Little House on the Prairie.” (Jeremy Ylvisaker)Gaelynn Lea won NPR Music’s Tiny Desk Contest in 2016, and has been on the road ever since playing her unique mix of haunting original songs and… Read More
In the parking lot or basement of Arts West depending on the weather, a beginners’ style slow string jam with a special guest “leader” each month. November’s jam leaders are Hilarie and Mark Burhans, local musicians extraordinaire, with plenty of expertise to share. They’re knowledgable about many instruments, they’ve toured nationally with their various bands… Read More
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Country singer Kathy Mattea will be coaching music students at West Virginia University. The university says in a news release that the Cross Lanes native has been named a distinguished artist in residence in the School of Music for the 2019-20 academic year. The statement says the two-time Grammy Award winner… Read More
How a group of Mexican American teenagers in the 1960s may have spawned punk rock.
A beginner friendly introduction to upright and electric bass, for ages 16 and up, presented by the SEO Musical Lending Library. Visiting musician Barbara Rosner, of Kentucky Wild Horse will lead Upright Bass Basics with instruction in hand position, playing in jams, ideas for practicing and how to improve. Mike Makosky, Athens local, of Apple… Read More