Sweetwater Presents: The Lone Pine String Band
In addition to educational programming, Sweetwater provides cultural programming that is open to the public and offered for free or for a nominal cost - including musical performances, educational lectures, and exhibitions featuring local, regional, national, and international artists. Through gallery exhibitions, educational programming, and fundraising events, Sweetwater supports over 300 emerging and professional artists, musicians, and teachers throughout the region annually.
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The Lone Pine String Band, a five piece string band will be performing a concert at Sweetwater Center for the Arts on Friday, July 27, 2018. Based in Pittsburgh, the band focuses on old-time, traditional Appalachian style fiddle tunes, square dances, reel, hornpipes, hoots, and hollars, and keeping alive the legacy of authentic American roots music from the hills and mountains.
Tickets: $20 members/ $25 non-members
This event coincides with Mountain Muse, an exhibition feature art from the Appalachian Mountain region. There is a long history of creativity and craft making in the Appalachian Mountain region. Traditional crafts have thrived among its residents since the first settlements emerged. Today there are many artists living and working in the region who continue to use traditional processes and techniques but choose to create contemporary works that reflect current concepts and aesthetics. Mountain Muse will bring together contemporary works in traditional media by six different artists who reside in five different states within the Appalachian Mountain region including, West Virginia, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, North Caroline, and Tennessee.
Visit the Mountain Muse exhibition from June 23- July 30, 2018 or join us for the Artist Reception on Saturday, June 23, 2018.
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When you or a family member is looking to take an art class, view an exhibition, or attend a cultural event, where do you turn? If you're like most in our community, you go to Sweetwater Center for the Arts.
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