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  1. Gundlach continues her love of teaching clay to young students

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    By Melanie Tucker –  When clay artist Annamaria Gundlach arrives for class, her instruction is part science, part math, part art and all around fun for the elementary students learning the tricks of her trade. Gundlach, a resident of Blount County, is a professional artist whose work has been displayed here and worldwide. Her latest […]

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  2. Scholastic Summer Scholarship Applications Open Feb. 2

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    From Scholastic Art & Writing Awards – The Scholastic Awards Summer (SAS) Scholarship Program provides students who have been recognized by the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards an opportunity to attend summer art or writing programs on a full-tuition scholarship. Students do not apply for specific summer programs, instead they apply for a SAS Scholarship, and we […]

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  3. POL State Competition Returns to Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

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    By Meredith Callis, Arts Education Project Coordinator – Tennessee’s state finals for Poetry Out Loud 2018, the national poetry recitation contest for high school students, will be held for the second time at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on March 10th. Students will recite classic and contemporary poems of their choice in a competition style similar to that […]

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  4. Frist Center’s Martin ArtQuest Gallery Makes Way for 21st Century Learning

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    By Ann Talbott Brown, Director of Arts Education This article originally appeared in the January 2018 issue of Nashville Arts Magazine. The Frist Center for the Visual Arts begins renovation of the Martin ArtQuest Gallery (MAQ) this month. Since its opening in 2001, MAQ has served more than 1.5 million visitors of all ages by providing […]

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  5. Memphian brings African American history to life through music

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    BY ERYN TAYLOR and MARKOVA REED, Posted 5:57 a.m., December 7, 2017, WREG News Channel 3 Memphis – It’s an interactive history lesson that takes students on a journey through generations and genres of music. “We span this history of African American music from the field song all the way through jazz, blues, rock and roll on into hip […]

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