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Grants from the Metro Arts Commission, TN Arts Commission, National Endowment for the Arts, and Nissan Foundation total nearly $100,000.
Panelists at green|spaces considered the roles of jobs policy and education policy and the roles of various community sectors in meeting the challenges of Chattanooga’s future.
Through a series of public events with the Bittersweet Harvest exhibit, the Center was able to reach new audiences and cultivate partnerships with community organizations and Latino churches and businesses.
The Promise Land Community Club educates and inspires by hosting open conversations about race relations in America.
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.
Arts in McNairy is hosting "Life on the Fence," a public conversation facilitated by David Barber, labor historian at UT-Martin. Join the conversation on Tuesday, 8/11 at 7pm.
Humanities Tennessee is pleased to provide support for this important workshop, featuring renowned historian Max A. van Balgooy as lead facilitator.
The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will explore Phillips’s life and career with the exhibition, funded in part by a grant from Humanities TN.
The Mid-South Book Festival will be held at the Playhouse on the Square/Circuit Playhouse in Memphis, September 9-13.
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