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Chamber Music America Classical Commissioning Program

From Susan Dadian, program director, CMA Classical/Contemporary Chamber Music America, the national network of ensemble music professionals provides grants through the Classical Commissioning Program to professional U.S.-based presenters and ensembles whose programming includes Western European and/or non-Western classical and contemporary music. Grants are provided for the commissioning

Annual Grant Panel Reviews Begin April 3

From Hal Partlow, Associate Director of Grants – As part of the annual grant review process each year, advisory panels are held so that citizens from across Tennessee can provide expert guidance in evaluating grant applications. They help enable the Tennessee Arts Commission to make informed decisions

On Exhibit: Althea Murphy-Price March 16–May 11, 2018

By Krishna Adams, Director of Visual Arts, Craft, Media and Design – Althea Murphy-Price’s work has been recognized for its unconventional approach to traditional printmaking techniques and content. Often manipulating manufactured synthetic and human hair, she emphasizes its role as embellishment as well as a

Free Events Celebrate Masters in Jazz

From Elizabeth Auclair, Public Affairs Specialist | Public Affairs, National Endowment for the Arts – Each year the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) honors individuals whose talent and dedication have made an impact on jazz in this country. In celebration of the 2018 NEA Jazz

The Arts Contribute More Than $760 Billion to the U.S. Economy

New Findings Released on Economic Impact of Arts From Victoria Hutter, Assistant Director, Press/Public Affairs, NEA – New data released on March 6, 2018, by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) and the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) offers an insightful picture of

Arts Advocacy 2018

Tennesseans for the Arts (TFTA) presented a robust and informative meeting on Wednesday, March 7  to over 200 arts advocates from across the state. The event was held at the Nashville Public Library, who incidentally received the 2017 Library of the Year Award—making them the

TN Arts Commission Explores Franklin, TN

On Tuesday, March 6, the Commission held its spring quarterly meeting on the campus of O’More College of Design. Located close to downtown Franklin, the college offers graphic, interior and fashion design degrees and boasts a 91% job placement rate for graduates. The centerpiece of

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