The Cultural Heart of Southwest Virginia: Authentic, Distinctive, Alive

The Southwest Virginia Cultural Heritage Foundation premiered its new radio show The Cultural Heart of Southwest Virginia: Authentic, Distinctive, Alive, last Wednesday, July 4 with a retrospective of The Crooked Road, ‘Round the Mountain, Heartwood, and the creative economy with Foundation director, Todd Christensen.

The half-hour program airs Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. E.T. on WEHC 90.7, the college and community radio station of Emory & Henry College in Emory, Virginia. If you’re outside the listening area, tune in via stream at www.ehc.edu/wehc “Listen Live”.

If you missed last week’s show, you can listen to it by clicking this link: The Cultural Heart of Southwest Virginia July 4, 2012 Broadcast.

Tune in this Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. for a conversation with Heartwood architect, David Bandy, talking about his approach to the design of Southwest Virginia’s Artisan Gateway and recent LEED certification.

Karen Quina-Doyle | Southwest Virginia Cultural Heritage Foundation

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