Danielle “Dani” Brown

Arts Education Special Projects Coordinator

Danielle “Dani” Brown has worked in the arts for over five years. Prior to joining the Tennessee Arts Commission as the Arts Education Special Projects Coordinator, she worked at Bubbles Academy in Chicago where she created unique arts integrated curriculum and planned signature events for all ages.

Previously, she worked as a Teaching Artist via Northern Illinois and New York City. In the past, she has also helped curate and exhibit The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection: Fifty Works for Fifty States and The Warhol Donation which consisted of 150 Polaroids and 52 Silver Gelatin Prints, by the Andy Warhol Photogenic Legacy Program as a part of the 20thanniversary of the Annual Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from Southern Illinois University Art Department in 2010, with an emphasis in Studio Art and Museum Studies.  In her current role at the Commission, Danielle organizes the Poetry Out Loud State Contest, manages the Teaching Artist Roster, and provides support for all Arts Education programs and activities. In her own body of work, she continues to create a series of ceramic bumble bees and human like figures.

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