It's Here!! } The Old Oak Festival is returning to the Tusculum College campus April 25-27.

“The mission of the Old Oak Festival is to showcase and celebrate the arts at Tusculum College and in the Region through a unified effort from the fine arts community, the Tusculum community and the community at large.”

Information } More information about the Old Oak Festival

This arts festival will span three days and will feature something for everyone including music, art, theater, poetry, artisans, crafters, storytelling, authors, food, gallery and museum exhibits, and much more on the campus of Tusculum College..

The festival is being coordinated by a committee of college and community representatives who are working hard to bring to the Tusculum College campus quality artists for a fun-filled weekend.

NO ALCOHOL and NO PETS are allowed on campus during the event.

There is no fee to attend the festival; however, some of the individual events and activities may have associated fees. Hours will be Friday from noon until 9 p.m., Saturday from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information or if you would like to help sponsor the Old Oak Festival for 2014 please contact David Price at 423-636-7303 or at daprice@tusculum.edu.
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Performers

Details on the artisans and musicians scheduled to perform and participate are being finalized and will be announced soon!

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Art

The festival will feature a wide variety of artists, including painters, craftsmen and sculptors, whose work will be available for purchase.

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Museums

Both the President Andrew Johnson Museum and Library and the Doak House Museum will be open to visitors during the festival and will have special activities planned for adults and children.

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Theatre

Theatre of Tusculum presents “Twelve Angry Men” – a compelling courtroom drama. The shows will be featured in the Behan Arena Theatre in the Annie Hogan Byrd Fine Arts Center.

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