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Introducing TN Arts FY20 Executive Committee

From Anne B. Pope, Executive Director – It is always an honor to work with the Commission Board members who govern this agency. Each member is appointed by the Governor to serve a five-year term. At the quarterly Commission meeting on May 23, the Board unanimously voted on those who will fill the leadership positions for […]

Upcoming webinar, “Conversations with GIA: The Power and Impact of Creative Aging Programs”

Teresa Bonner, Executive Director of Aroha Philanthropies, will be joined by Maura O’Malley, CEO and Co-Founder, Lifetime Arts, Inc., to present an upcoming Grantmakers in the Arts webinar on July 25th. The webinar, “Conversations with GIA: The Power and Impact of Creative Aging Programs,” will take place on July 25th from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. The […]

Exciting Opportunity for Artists

USArtists International is offering a unique funding opportunity for professional performing artists in Tennessee. USArtists International is a grant program for performing artists/ensembles in the United States and its territories. The program helps fund U.S. artists to travel abroad and perform at significant cultural festivals and performing arts marketplaces abroad, professionally developing U.S. artists and creating international […]

Seeking applicants | NAS 2019 Creative Community Fellows

Are you a creative change-maker using the power of arts and culture to drive equitable change in your community? NAS is accepting applications for Creative Community Fellows, a six-month learning experience where trailblazers from across the country collaborate to strengthen and grow their incredible projects. Creative Community Fellows unites leaders working at the intersection of culture […]

Title VI and LEP Updates for FY2020

From Kim Johnson, Director of Arts Access – Does your organization have a Title VI plan and know how to handle a Title VI complaint? Are there Title VI posters visible in your office and anti-discrimination policies on your website? How do people who have Limited English Proficiency (LEP) or speaking ability enjoy your arts […]