On March 6, representatives of the Rutherford Arts Alliance joined other Rutherford County arts leaders at Arts Advocacy Day 2019 in Nashville. This annual event, coordinated by Tennesseans for the Arts and the Tennessee Arts Commission, is designated for local arts leaders to meet with their legislators and discuss how the arts are impacting communities’ social and economic health, education, and more.
Did you see us in VIP Murfreesboro?
We’re loving all the attention from local media - and from all of you on social media! Here is another article covered this time by the Murfreesboro Post on our launch at the Center for the Arts. Read the digital version on their website here.
Have you seen the front page of Sunday’s Daily News Journal? We’re grateful for the chance to share our story and vision - and thrilled to already be hearing from more folks who want to be involved. You can find the article online here.
Hoover Paint Store at 200 Jefferson St. in Smyrna features a mural created by local artists and painted by community members in a 2018 project that benefited Carpe Artista community arts initiatives. Sponsored by Hoover Paint and Benjamin Moore, this project models a type of creative collaboration that Rutherford Arts Alliance hopes to foster and promote.
Photos courtesy of Amy Roberts