Formerly VSA TN.
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Borderless Arts Tennessee is a statewide organization committed to inclusive and accessible arts programs for people with disabilities to enhance educational curriculum, enrich creative expression, empower career development, and encourage community engagement.
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Make Some Visual Art
Bailey Earith will be leading a 3-D Hand making workshop on Saturday, Jan. 16 and a meditation and Mandala workshop on Jan. 23.
Both projects are free and offered via Zoom. This is part of the Teapot Diplomat program supported by Mark and Niki Antonini.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Learn to Play the Guitar
Free beginning guitar lessons with Mollie Kuhlers via Zoom. These will begin on Thursday, Jan. 21 and will run from 7-7:30pm.
This program is supported by the Robert K. and Anne H. Zelle Fund for Education of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.
Sign up today at Borderlessartstn@gmail.com
Get Up and Move
The Borderless Dance Community meets every Monday at 4:30 with Jennifer James via Zoom.
This group has some really exciting events ahead of them. Dance among the planets. Got your interest? Check them out.
This program is funded by a grant from SouthArts.
Joe is an award-winning spoken word producer, voice actor, and coach. Joe has produced over five hundred audiobooks, voiced dozens of national commercial ads, audiobooks, corporate narrations and cartoons for the Disney channel. He produces the Baby Looney Tunes sound-books. Get a chance to work with him one on one on a monologue or your own poem or work. Then present this at a digital festival on Feb. 27.
There is something to do no matter your favorite art form. So join us today!
The Borderless Dance Community, under the artistic direction of Jennifer James, has been working hard on a special dance for Beyond. On Jan. 19, the group traveled to the Adventure Science Center to film their dance. Thanks to Ray Boone for the video work, to...
Wednesday evenings are filled with song while the Borderless Arts songwriters craft their works under the direction of Alison Brazil in preparation for the Feb. festival.
Last Saturday, the Teapot Diplomats learned a unique technique in creating a 3 dimensional version of their hand. This program is supported by Mark and Niki Antonini.
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