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Robmat Butler: Sojourn

On Exhibit Beginning Wednesday, April 1, 2015 The Tennessee Arts Commission will exhibit Sojourn, which features the recent work by Knoxville contemporary artist, Robmat Butler, April 1 – May 22, 2015. The work in Sojourn explores Butler’s interest in objects that shape, support and define our environment. This

Rich Boyd of Tennessee Honored with 2014 Gary Young Award

Washington, D.C. — The National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA) has named Rich Boyd, former executive director of the Tennessee Arts Commission, the recipient of its 2014 Gary Young Award. The award recognizes Boyd’s exemplary leadership, innovative thinking, and extraordinary contribution to public support

Statewide arts conference held in Dickson County

Nashville – The Dickson County Community Choir kicked off the state arts conference Tuesday night with a moving performance composed of several genres of music. The evening also included a brand presentation from the Tennessee Arts Commission and an interactive performance by Mawre & Co.

Tennessee Arts Commission to host statewide arts conference

Nashville, TN—The Tennessee Arts Commission will hold its statewide conference at Montgomery Bell State Park from October 28-30. All arts organizations, artists, arts advocates and supporters are welcome to attend. Registration is available online at tn.gov/arts Special Opportunity Grants are available for arts organizations and

Tennessee Arts Commission to host Grants Workshops

The Tennessee Arts Commission will be conducting a series of workshops across the state to inform the public of grant opportunities that are offered by the agency. These workshops are informational meetings for potential and current constituents. Nonprofit organizations, government agencies, Tennessee teachers and artists

Ann Smith of Johnson City to be the new Commission Secretary

Nashville—Ann C. Smith of Johnson City, Tennessee, will serve as the Tennessee Arts Commission Secretary beginning July 1, 2014. The Commission members unanimously voted for the new leadership during the quarterly meeting held in Nashville on June 10, 2014. Smith will be joined in office

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