Archive: Apr 2015

  1. School children express their gratitude for Nashville Opera and TN Arts Commission

    By Grace Robinson, Communications Intern – The Arts Commission recently received handwritten and colorfully-drawn thank you notes from children who had the opportunity to be enchanted and delighted by the talents of Nashville Opera through the Student Ticket Subsidy (STS) Grant program. View more photos. Nashville Opera hosts an annual education tour that travels throughout Middle Tennessee […]

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  2. Welcome fairies! Tiny Root fairy village dedicated on Signal Mountain

    By Jenni Frankenberg Veal | –  Despite looming rain, a crowd of delighted adults and children—including the mayor of Signal Mountain—gathered on Earth Day for the dedication of Little Root fairy village at the Mountain Arts Community Center. There was ice cream for everyone, a middle school student was sworn in as the village mayor, and Signal Mountain Mayor […]

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  3. Heritage High students create reduction prints

    Heritage High School junior Joseph Carter and teaching artist Nancy Campbell work together on a reduction print. Campbell worked three weeks with Rebecca Parker-Shiflett’s Art III class Photo by Tom Sherlin By Matthew Stewart | Heritage High School art students have learned how to bring an idea to fruition.  Nine students in Rebecca Parker-Shiflett’s Art […]

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  4. New Grant Opportunity for Creative Placemaking in Tennessee

    How can your community enhance its unique assets to strengthen economic vitality, livability and growth? How can your community leverage its arts and culture resources to help address key opportunities and challenges? The Tennessee Arts Commission has designed a Creative Placemaking Grants Competition to help build stronger communities through the arts. It specifically focuses on […]

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