Humanities Access Grants

By NEH’s Office of Challenge Grants Staff – Humanities Access grants help support capacity building for humanities programs that benefit one or more of the following groups: children, family, and young adults (defined to include those between ages 18 and 30). Humanities Access grants provide funding for existing

TN Arts Partners with POBA

By Suzanne Lynch, Director of Marketing and Development – The Tennessee Arts Commission has recently partnered with POBA, a non-profit online hub that showcases, promotes, and preserves the creative legacies of exceptional under-recognized artists in all media. Working with State Arts Councils and other arts

Nine Artists Awarded State Fellowships

By Ivan Schustak, Communications and Development Director, South Arts – As part of the inaugural Southern Prize and State Fellowships, South Arts has selected nine visual artists from the region to each receive a State Fellowship award of $5,000. The nine artists – Pete Schulte of

Half a Century of Handmade with Tennessee Craft and TN Arts

By Jessica Jain, Membership Manager, Tennessee Craft – Tennessee Craft congratulates the Tennessee Arts Commission on 50 years of serving the statewide arts community and thanks the Commission for helping Tennessee Craft serve the statewide fine craft community for almost as long. In 1972, Tennessee Craft (then

Upcoming ABC Grant Workshops

By Shannon Ford, Director of Community Arts – The Arts Build Community (ABC) Grant program opened on April 1, 2017. The grants are designed to provide support for arts projects that broaden access to arts experiences, address community quality of life issues through the arts

NAMP Now Accepting Conference Session Proposals

NOW ACCEPTING CONFERENCE SESSION PROPOSALS FOR THE 2017 NATIONAL ARTS MARKETING PROJECT (NAMP) CONFERENCE DEADLINE: MAY 8, 2017 CO-HOSTED BY ARTSMEMPHIS AND AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS By Suzanne Lynch, Director of Marketing and Development – On November 10-13, 700 arts marketing professionals will convene at

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