Borderless Arts Tennessee is honored to have been invited by the Frist Center for the Visual Arts to join with 5 other nonprofits that serve people with disabilities to create an art exhibition based on the theme of “Re-Pair”. Our portion of the exhibit will look at the devastation that both the flood and the explosion had on Downtown Nashville and the revitalization that followed. Lauren Emery Rudd is serving as our artistic director for this project. We are basing the creation of the art off of the collage style of Nashville Artist William N Rollins who is deceased, but has left a fund through the Community Foundation that has served as a tremendous support to the arts in the Nashville area.
Last Wednesday was the first Zoom session for discussing the project and getting design ideas. More to come.
Borderless Arts Teapot Diplomat artists involved include: A.j. Boyd, Austin King, Meghan Maynard, Hope Alexandria Mckee, Erica McMurray, Jonathan Pfeiffer, and Torie Summers. We do have room for 1-3 more participants if you still wish to join us.
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