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. The students at the school were scheduled to present the art, but COVID hit and now too much time had passed and those students are graduated. Therefore, the Borderless Arts Teapot Diplomats presented the art, which was created in honor of 160 years of baseball in Nashville.

A huge thank you to First Horizon Bank and Daisy Casey that provided tickets to over 30 of us. They provided their suite, which is where I put most of our participants and their families. First Horizon also provided additional wonderful seats for the rest of us.
We were so fortunate for the wonderful weather. It was a perfect night!