Journeys II: Interviews with Johnson County Veterans recorded on June 3, 2019. Interviews were filmed and edited by Germain Media. The project was sponsored by the Arts Fund of the East Tennessee Foundation and Germain Media.
2019 MURAL WORKSHOP: Eighteen local artists worked in teams for about six weeks under the instruction of Cristy Dunn to design and paint seven murals for the side of Farmers State Bank. Each mural highlights a historically significant record by a Johnson County artist.
2017 MURAL WORKSHOP: Twenty local artists of all ages and all levels of ability came together under the instruction of Cristy Dunn to recreate the historic 1925 Fiddler's Convention picture on the side of the Center for the Arts building.
RENOVATIONS, SUMMER 2017: A lot of hardworking, dedicated individuals put in hour after hour to make the dream come to life.
RIBBON CUTTING, AUGUST 29th, 2017: The Day FINALLY arrived. The last board was added to the front porch minutes before the ceremony. This was an unforgettable day!
CARMEN DEEDY JOHN MCCUTCHEON BENEFIT, AUGUST 29th: Carmen Deedy and John McCutcheon are the Godparents of Johnson County Center for the Arts. Carmen has been an inspiration and a part of our story from the beginning.