Archive: Oct 2017

  1. Anthony Quinn Scholarship Program Awards Available

    By Laura Browne, Scholarship Program, Anthony Quinn Foundation – Modeled after the personal experience of Anthony Quinn, the Scholarship Program awards funding for high school students interested in the arts who wish to attend a pre-college summer intensive arts program.  Students from around the world are invited to apply and must be enrolled in high school or officially registered as a […]

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  2. We’re Looking for the Next Generation of Musical Theater Songwriters

    By Greg Reiner, Director of Theater and Musical Theater, NEA – Every important lesson in life I learned from musical theater. The musicals we performed over my four years in high school were South Pacific, West Side Story, Guys and Dolls, and Into The Woods. I’m not sure that I could recall with any accuracy anything I learned in […]

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  3. Register for TN Poetry Out Loud 2018

    By Meredith Callis, Arts Education Special Projects Coordinator – Tennessee’s registration for this year’s Poetry Out Loud event is officially OPEN. Poetry Out Loud offers ALL high school students the opportunity to participate in a national event while teaching them meaningful engagement with poetry and public speaking skills. With a structure similar to the National Spelling Bee, […]

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  4. Welcome Meredith Callis to the Team!

    By Ann Brown, Director of Arts Education – Meredith Callis has joined the Tennessee Arts Commission as Arts Education Special Projects Coordinator. Meredith comes to us from Chattanooga where she worked as a teaching artist in Hamilton County Schools. Most recently, she spent the summer in Boston at the Children’s Art Centre, America’s first and […]

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