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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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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!
June 22 was a special day for Borderless Arts TN as our participants went to a Nashville Sounds Baseball game and presented a piece of art to the Sounds. The art was created during a school residency with Station Camp Middle School under the direction of Dee Kimbrell....
A quick hats off to Borderless Arts TN's wonderful dance instructor Jennifer James. She is always looking for ways to expand our dancers. Thanks to her and to the Cannon Arts Dance Studio for including Borderless Arts dancers in their summer dance camp.
After working on the Beyond project with the Space Arts Foundation, the Teapot Diplomats decided to make their own astronaut with a suit with just their art on it. They included bumper stickers that were made in the space/arts festival. The astronaut was donated to...
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