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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 […]

TN Folklorist And Park Manager, Bob Fulcher Receives National Heritage Fellowship

From The Tennessee Folklife Program – Bob Fulcher, Park Manager of the Justin P. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Park, has been awarded a National Heritage Fellowship, the nation’s highest honor in the folk and traditional arts. Fulcher has spent four decades engaged in folklife fieldwork and programming across the state. The award from the National […]

Southeastern Theatre Conference Conducts Fall Professional Unified Auditions

SETC’s annual fall professional auditions are held in Charlotte, NC again this year with the event dates of Aug. 24thand 26th. Registration for both participating companies and actors opens June 14, 2019. From Clay Thornton, Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC) – Charlotte, NC: Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC) is excited to announce that the annual SETC Fall Professional […]

Arts Endowment Upcoming Webinars & Deadlines

From Andi Mathis, State & Regional Specialist | Partnership, National Endowment for the Arts – There are lots of National Arts Endowment application deadlines and learning opportunities coming up – some as early as next week! Citizens’ institute on Rural Design Call for Applications from Rural and Tribal Communities! Office Hours through Facebook: June 18, 6:00-7:00pm […]