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We are preparing for a GRAND celebration
Borderless Arts TN will begin celebrating its 20th anniversary this Sept with events that will run through next summer. However, the BIG event will be May 1, 2022 at the Grand Ole’ Opry House.
Through the years, Borderless Arts has put its participants on the stages of the Ryman, Bluebird, CMA, Schermerhorn, Wildhorse, Dollywood,TPAC, Ford Theater at the County Music Hall of Fame….and many others. However, there is one stage that remained…..the Grand Ole’ Opry House. For our 20th anniversary we will conquer that goal and manage to place many of our participants on that wonderful circle to perform where so many legends have gone before.
The format for the May event is in progress. However, if you are hoping to be one of the individuals to be stepping in that circle, the best way to do this is to become active with one of our groups such as:
The Guitar Choir….they will definitely perform
The Borderless Dance Community….they will definitely perform
Young Soloist….the top 3 finalists for this next year will perform
Teapot Diplomats….they will be recognized
This will be a special night and our planning begins NOW!
The Borderless Dance Community will start back with digital dance lessons on Mondays at 4pm beginning Aug. 2. The group has some amazing dance opportunities scheduled such as dancing at the TN State Museum, dancing digitally for the International Day of People with...
The Teapot Diplomats of Borderless Arts met at Sanders Ferry park to learn about the meaning of signal flags of the Coast Guard from Kelley Crecelius. Participants used what they learned about the message behind designs to create their own flags. The Teapot Diplomat...
Teapot Diplomats of the Borderless Arts TN program visited what is know as the Trifecta of the Horse Plantations in Sumner County: Fairview, Foxland and Kennesaw. The group began at Fairview where Jeff Madison showed the group some of the mare stables. Diane Black...
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