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A Proud Moment for Borderless Arts

By Lori Kissinger, Executive Director, Borderless Arts – It was such an honor for Borderless Arts Tennessee to represent the United States in Egypt at the Awladna International Forum for Arts for the Gifted April 27 through May 4 in Cairo, Egypt. Our group was

Creative Aging TN Builds Momentum

From Kim Johnson, Director of Arts Access – Creative Aging TN has successfully launched and we are excited to see the impact of the arts on seniors throughout Tennessee through a wide variety of on-going and new programs. The programs awarded a new Creative Aging

FY18 Title VI Update

  By Kim Johnson, Director of Arts Access – It is that time of year again for TN Arts grantees to update their Title VI training requirements. Please note that training and certification for Fiscal Year 2018 are due by the following dates: Annual grantees

Grants Awarded to Connect Seniors to The Arts

By Kim Johnson, Director of Arts Access – Creative Aging TN has awarded 19 grants across Tennessee for programming to connect older adults with creative experiences in their communities. Over $75,000 will be invested to help promote the following outcomes in older adults throughout the

Invitation to Submit to Breaking Ground 2017-18 Arts Issue

By Ned Solomon, Director of Partners in Policymaking™ Leadership Institute, Council on Development Disabilities, TN State Government – Do you write short stories, creative essays or poetry? Do you paint, sculpt, draw or take photographs? If so, we’d love to see your work for possible publication. Breaking

Creative Aging Grant Applications Due August 31

By Kim Johnson, Director of Arts Access – The Tennessee Department of Health, the Tennessee Commission on Aging and Disability and the Tennessee Arts Commission have partnered in an initiative called Creative Aging Tennessee. As a part of this initiative, the partners are offering a

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