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In Communion with Soil: Works by Joe Reynolds

On exhibit February 1—March 29, 2019 From Krishna Adams, Director of Visual Arts, Craft, Media and Design – I went to Cristalândia because I had no reason to go. There I knew no one and could build relationships from scratch. I am a Brazilian who

FY20 Annual Grant Advisory Panel Dates

By Hal Partlow, Associate Director of Grants – Now that Annual Grant deadlines have passed, we begin the process of reviewing applications to ensure that they meet all of the requirements. The applications will then be reviewed by volunteer panelists or adjudicators in preparation for

Register for Arts Advocacy Day 2019

From Tennesseans for the Arts – Arts Advocacy Day is the annual event that brings together advocates from across the state including artists, organizations, community members and leaders, and all those who believe in the power and the positive impact of the arts. Join Tennesseans for

Individual Artist Fellowship Applications Due Jan. 28

By Hal Partlow, Associate Director of Grants – Individual Artist Fellowship applications are DUE Monday, January 28, 2019, by 11:50 p.m. CST. Fellowships provide monetary awards to outstanding professional artists, i.e. those individuals who by education, experience, or natural talent engage in a particular art form

All Project Grant Applications Are Due Jan. 22

By Hal Partlow, Associate Director of Grants – Arts Access (AA), Arts Project Support (APS), Rural Arts Project Support (RAPS), Arts Education Community Learning (AE-CL), Arts Education Teacher Training (AE-TT), Funds for At-Risk Youth (FAY), and Creative Placemaking (CP) grant applications are DUE Tuesday, January 22,

TN Arts Commission Awarded Funds for Music & Memory Tennessee

From Kim Johnson, Director of Arts Access – The Tennessee Arts Commission has been awarded Civil Monetary Penalty funding by the Tennessee Department of Health and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to implement a $1 million Music & Memory Tennessee program in 147 nursing home facilities

New arts alliance promotes Rutherford County’s creative culture

From Shana Miller, Director of Communications & Marketing, Convention & Visitors Bureau, Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce  A broad coalition of community volunteers today announced the launch of Rutherford Arts Alliance, an advocacy group dedicated to identifying, uniting, and promoting arts, culture, and heritage in

South Arts Grants Opportunities

From Ivan Shustak, Communications Director, South Arts – Become a Southern Circuit Screening Partner Applications open through March 15, 2019 South Arts’ Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers enables communities and audiences to connect through the transformative power of film. By screening films and hosting filmmakers to

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