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Tour travels across TN to preview the new plans for the TN State Museum

By Anne B. Pope, Executive Director – Tennessee Arts Commission Chair Stephanie Conner, Commission board member Patsy Camp, several staff members and I were honored to witness the groundbreaking ceremony yesterday at the site of the new Tennessee State Museum. Governor Bill Haslam was joined by legislative leaders,

Community Arts Projects Thrive With Creative Placemaking Grants

Recent award recipients use arts and cultural assets to enhance the distinctive character of Tennessee places By Hal Partlow, Associate Director of Grants – Creative Placemaking is an opportunity to animate public and private spaces and rejuvenate structures and streetscapes through the arts. It can

Collective Impact Agenda In A Nutshell

By Ann Brown, Director of Arts Education and Suzanne Lynch, Director of Marketing and Development – The Collective Impact Conference registration is open and we are so excited about the response we are getting already. The agenda for the conference is now online with information about

Catfish Capital of the World Public Art in Savannah, TN

By Grace Robinson, Public Information and Research Coordinator – Have you heard of the Catfish Capital of the World? Head on over to Savannah, TN and you’ll soon find a larger than life steel catfish sculpture proclaiming it so. The public art project began as

Conference Registration Opens Today

By Ann Brown, Director of Arts Education and Suzanne Lynch, Director of Marketing and Development – Registration opens today, Friday, April 1 to attend the 2016 statewide arts conference, Collective Impact, in the beautiful city of Murfreesboro, June 7-10. Bringing arts administrators, educators and artists together as

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