ArtsBuild welcomed five new members to its Board of Directors on June 13. New members are Nicole Brown, Xavier Cotto, Olga de Klein, James McKissic, and Marcus McKamey.
ArtsBuild held its fifth Holmberg Arts Leadership Institute for Teachers June 6-8. The program is based on the organization’s popular arts leadership institute presented each fall.
ArtsBuild and the Southeast Tennessee Development District will host an Arts Build Communities (ABC) grant workshop on Tuesday, April 25 at 5 pm. The orientation will be held at ArtsBuild, 301 E. 11th Street in Chattanooga and will review guidelines and tips for applying for funds through this Tennessee Arts Commission grant program.
ArtsBuild will hold its fifth annual Holmberg Arts Leadership Institute for Teachers June 6-8, 2017. The program is based on the popular leadership institute offered by ArtsBuild each fall and is specifically geared toward K-12 teachers, librarians, principals, and administrators.
ArtsBuild is hosting two informational workshops for its new program/project grants on Thursday, March 30. The workshops will be held at 9 AM and 5 PM at ArtsBuild, 301 E. 11th Street, Suite 301 in Chattanooga.
ArtsBuild will be accepting applications for two new grant programs this spring: Mission Support Grants and Program/Project Support Grants.
Sonia Young, locally known as “The Purple Lady,” will be honored during the 2017 Ruth Holmberg Arts Leadership Award presentation on Tuesday, March 7. ArtsBuild will host the event at the Hunter Museum of American Art from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm.
ArtsBuild, with support from the Benwood Foundation, has created a new Equity in the Arts grant program to support projects led by local Black and Latino artists.
ReGenerate, a high school arts leadership group, will host ArtStart, a program to introduce students to career options in the arts, on Saturday, November 5 from 10 AM until 12:30 PM at the UTC Fine Arts Center.
Thirty-four community members officially completed the 12th annual Holmberg Arts Leadership Institute during a ceremony at The Arts Building on Tuesday, November 1.