We’ll help you capture the big-time spirit of small-town America.

Isaac Myers, General Manager

Mason House Art Gallery

Animal Portrait Exhibit Through February

Eliza Coral started painting animals when she worked as a veterinary assistant and began sketching cats and dogs in the clinic. Since then, she has participated in many art shows and has sold her animal portraits internationally. 

Eliza’s recent work will be on exhibit at the Mason House Gallery in the General Morgan Inn from Feb. 2-28. A meet-the-artist opening will be held on Friday, Feb. 10 from 5-7 p.m. in the Gallery and is free and open to the public. Special music will be provided by Gene Lane. 

For more information, call Til Green, director of exhibitions, at 423-329-5366 or visit the Greeneville Arts Council website at: thegreenevilleartscouncil.org.

(Pictured below: Harlequin Cat and Great White Wolf.)


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Angela Austin,
Director of Food and Beverage

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Niswonger Performing Arts Center

We believe that a flourishing arts and cultural community enhances our quality of life, produces community pride, encourages cultural development and understanding and broadens the education of our children.

Scott Niswonger
Niswonger Performing Arts Center

THE MISSION of the Niswonger Performing Arts Center is to perpetuate a commitment to the performing arts for Greeneville, Greene County, neighboring counties, and the region including East Tennessee, Western North Carolina, and Southwestern Virginia.