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  1. NEA FY2018 Grant Deadlines Approaching

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    By Suzanne Lynch, Director of Marketing and Development – The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has several grant opportunities for organizations, schools and arts educators that have upcoming deadlines. A statement posted on the NEA website reads “The President’s FY 2018 budget blueprint proposes the elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts. With […]

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  2. Vote for TN student in Doodle for Google

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    By Ann Brown, Director of Arts Education – The public is now invited to vote in the 2017 Doodle for Google contest. You can vote for your favorite submission once per day from February 23rd until March 6th at 5:00 p.m. EST. We recommend you support the TN finalist from Dayton City Elementary School. The […]

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  3. 2017 POL State Contest hosted by Victoria Shaw with Music by Ivy Phillips

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    By Dani Brown, Arts Education Special Projects Coordinator – This year’s Poetry Out Loud (POL) State Competition will be emceed by Victoria Shaw, an award-winning songwriter who has scored four country #1 hits and won Song of the Year honors from the Academy of Country Music. She penned “I Love the Way You Love Me” […]

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  4. Meet the 2017 POL Competitors

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    From Dani Brown, Arts Education Special Projects Coordinator — The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will host the 2017 statewide Poetry Out Loud (POL) competition in partnership with the Tennessee Arts Commission on March 4. Nineteen high school students from around the state will travel to Nashville to compete for the state champion title. They include: […]

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  5. Bartlett Elementary lets imaginations romp during arts week

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    By Carolyn Bahm, Express editor – Bartlett Elementary students spent last week learning about sundials, creating metallic art and performing original skits for fellow students. The activities were part of a project led by traveling artist Cherri Coleman, who helped the children build confidence and tap into creativity. The skits were a multi-layered project. Third-graders […]

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