Grants from the Metro Arts Commission, TN Arts Commission, National Endowment for the Arts, and Nissan Foundation total nearly $100,000.
The Promise Land Community Club educates and inspires by hosting open conversations about race relations in America.
As this article posts, elementary students from East Nashville are participating in one of the country’s most innovative summer reading programs.
Read all about our FY2014 programs, grants, supporters, and financial information. Thank you to everyone who helped us make 2014 a success!
Every year, Humanities Tennessee provides up to six outstanding educators with awards of $3,500 for professional development and classroom resources.
Join us in celebrating the release of this year's Festival author list on Saturday, July 11th at the Bellevue branch of the Nashville Public Library.
Week-long residential creative writing workshop for rising 8th-12th graders.
Author Brad Thor visits Nashville with his latest work, Code of Conduct: A Thriller. This event is free and open to the public.
The Tennessee State Museum commemorates the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812 with a new traveling exhibition, on view at the Paris-Henry County Heritage Center July 31 - September 12, 2015
The E.G. Fisher Public Library in Athens, TN, will host a veterans' discussion series, facilitated by Linda Mines, every other Tuesday beginning August 4th and ending September 29th.
The Salon@615 series welcomes Paula McLean, author of The Paris Wife, to Nashville with her latest, Circling the Sun.
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