Last night Borderless Arts TN recognized some of our participants who have completed projects that were more intensive than the normal Saturday morning workshop. These activities took commitment to several events and the ability to complete their work. The awards were for those that completed the Light the Lamp Project (supported by the Nashville Predators Foundation empowered by Smile Direct Club), The Boston Tea Party Program (supported by The Memorial Foundation and the William N Rollins Fund of the Community Foundation), and The Music City Grand Prix patch project. All of the projects are part of the Teapot Diplomat visual arts program of Borderless Arts TN which is supported by Mark and Niki Antonini.
We also recognized the Borderless Dance Community dancers who represented us in NY (this program is supported in part by the Tennessee Arts Commission and was supported by a Council on Developmental Disabilities Scholarship).
Lori Crues received an award for Volunteer of the year.