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  1. A Look Back At Collective Impact

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    By Suzanne Lynch, Director of Marketing and Development – To everyone who joined us in Murfreesboro last week, thank you for attending Collective Impact, the 2016 statewide arts conference. You made the conference a real success with your participation, openness and willingness to dive into the material presented. We had over 90 presenters and each session […]

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  2. Collective Impact—Prepare Your Experience

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    From Grace Robinson, Public Information and Research Coordinator — The Collective Impact conference is just 12 days away, and we hope to see you all there. The office is buzzing with activity as the staff continues to prepare. Materials are being made available for you to also prepare to convene with peers—arts administrators, educators and artists. […]

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  3. Administrative Assistant to the Director Position Open

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    By Carol White, Associate Director of Operations – The Tennessee Arts Commission seeks a full-time Administrative Assistant to the Director. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, this position supports the TN Arts Commission mission to cultivate the arts for the benefit of all Tennesseans and their communities. Specifically, the position provides scheduling and administrative […]

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  4. TN Arts Commission Quarterly Meeting

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    The 2016 Spring Quarterly Meeting will be held May 25, 2016 at 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Carl Van Vechten Gallery, Fisk University, 1000 17th Ave N. Nashville, TN 37208. The agenda will include the Tennessee Performing Arts Center Management Board Appointment, a vote by the Allocations Committee and […]

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  5. TN Schools Ranked Nationally in Music Education

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    From Ann Brown, Director of Arts Education — Five Tennessee school districts were named among 2016’s Best Communities for Music Education (BCME) by the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM). Additionally, three TN schools received the SupportMusic Merit Award (SMMA). This year,  476 school districts of the 13,515 districts across the U.S. were designated as Best Communities for Music Education. […]

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