Update on Memorial Park Wall Project

Update on Memorial Park Wall Project

Scout Troop 440 is working with Borderless Artist Yvette Cowden to complete the backs of the walls in Memorial Park. All 12 front murals are up and ready to be viewed. We hope to unveil all of it before the summer is over.
Teapot Diplomat Special Status

Teapot Diplomat Special Status

The following individuals will hold Teapot Diplomat Special Status until May 2019. Participant Artist of the Year/Board Member: Austin King Ambassador: Jennifer Scallorn Artist Assistant: Torie Summers Exhibit Coordinator: Hope McKee Jennifer Scallorn, Ambassador...
Big Changes

Big Changes

In 2016, Borderless Arts Tennessee began visual arts workshops for individuals with disabilities under the program name of Teapot Diplomats through the support of a grant from the Tennessee Arts Commission. The first official group of 10 Diplomats were inducted in...
Physics of Dance

Physics of Dance

Vivian Corey, a rising senior at Brentwood High School, contacted me about a project that she was doing for her Girl Scout Gold Award based on the Physics of Dance. She needed to present this to a group and I could not think of a better group than the Movement...
Teapot Diplomats Work on Bottlecap Art Project

Teapot Diplomats Work on Bottlecap Art Project

Borderless Arts was very honored to be contacted by the Preston Hotel to partner with them on an exhibit that will run from Oct. 4 through the end of the year. Due to the large space of this exhibit, the Teapot Diplomats will be developing art through various...
Teapot Diplomat Schedule

Teapot Diplomat Schedule

Borderless Arts has a LOT of workshops that will be offered through out Teapot Diplomat program. Here is a listing. Just contact me if you want to sign up. All of them are free, but registration is required as space is limited. The Teapot Diplomats are supported by...
Borderless Arts Represents the US in Egypt

Borderless Arts Represents the US in Egypt

I could not have been prouder of our Borderless Arts Tennessee Dancers who are part of our Movement Connection dance program. These young women represented us, TN and the US very well in Egypt. One of the dancers was NOT part of the dance program, but part of our...
Final Artist Residency of the Spring

Final Artist Residency of the Spring

In our 2017-18 year, Borderless Arts offered 4 school based artist residencies through a contract with the Tennessee Dept of Ed and 12 additional residencies in schools and community centers through a contract with the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts....

Interview on Local Memphis Live

Thanks to Local Memphis Live for doing an interview about Borderless Arts TN.  Also, thanks to our Board President, Mike Mitchell, who is from the Memphis area and Memphis teaching artist Amy Beth Rice for their participation.  Here is a look at that interview:...