The 20th Anniversary of Borderless Arts on May 1 at the Grand Ole Opry House was AMAZING!
Thanks to our supporters for this event: Robbie Ammons, Diane and David Black, First Horizon Bank, the Memorial Foundation, Public Consulting Group and the Tennessee Arts Commission.
Special thanks to our photographer Randy Dorman of Scenic Ridge Photos and Studios. Sign Interpretation was done by Andrea Baker and the Stage Manager was James Cheek.
Volunteers for the evening was MTSU students and alumni to include Kelly Bond, Karmina Ghobrial, Hayley Hildner, Keegan, Hildnre,Sarah Kamaridinova, Chayla Nestor, Jessica Warren, Hannah Wilson and Chelsey Winton
Hostess for the evening was Kristi Van Wulven
Special Awards Presentations were given to: First Horizon Bank, Diane Black, the Tennessee Arts Commission, Danielle McDanile and the Clay Lady Studios, Tennessee School for the Blind, Public Consulting Group, International Paper, the Nashville Sounds, the Nashville Predators, Middle Tennessee State University, Mark and Niki Antonini and Estelle Condra.
Performances were given by the Guitar Choir, the Borderless Dance Community and the Dulcimer Choir
Special guests were: Lake Rise Place featuring Elliott McClain
The Young Soloist competition was finalized with performances by Andrew Braach,Drew Basham, Vanessa Cox, Lauren Teel and Caleb Wilson
Congratulations to Drew Basham for winning the 2022 Young Soloist competition!