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Arts Organizations Resources

Photo Credit: Mitch Massaro for Actors Bridge - Scott and ZeldaThese resources are designed to aide and support arts organizations.

  • Tennessee Arts Commission stimulates and encourages the presentation of performing, visual and literary arts throughout the state and to encourage public interest in the cultural heritage of Tennessee.
  • Tennesseans for the Arts: advocates for the arts at all levels as a strong, unified voice throughout Tennessee.
  • Nashville Arts Coalition: a group of individuals and organizations who advocate for public policy and public funding that supports a healthy arts ecology in Nashville.
  • NashvilleNext Arts & Culture Background Report This paper provides a starting point for broader community discussion and reflection based on the research and recommendations of the authors.
  • Arts Advocacy...Everyone Can Tell a Story Powerpoint Presentation from Arts Advocacy Day 3/19/13
  • Creative Vitality™ Index (CVI™): Designed and developed by the Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF), a regional non-profit arts service and research organization and experienced developer of technology solutions for the arts.
  • Fractured Atlas: a non-profit technology company that provides business tools for artists.
  • Arts & Economic Prosperity III: The Economic Impact of Nonprofit Arts and Culture Organizations and Their Audiences in Nashville-Davidson County
  • Be ArtsReady: Create your arts organization's business continuity plan, because the unexpected, won't-happen-to-me, I-don't-want-to-think-about-it actually does happen.
  • Public Art Location Study & Typology Recommendations: The report identifies and articulates the logic behind these suggested 1% for Public Art Fund sites.
  • Pathway Women’s Business Center offers a wide-range of services, which include in-depth business counseling, classroom training, and peer-to-peer learning to help entrepreneurs start, expand, and successfully manage their businesses.
  • Take the Fear out of ROI: Learn how to measure the ROI of a number of different marketing campaigns that you can apply to your own work.
  • Tennessee Arts Commission's Arts License Plate Communications Toolkit: Promotional resources for Specialty License Plates which supports the Tennessee Arts Commission, which provides funding to artists, schools and arts organizations across our state.

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Back the Arts with the New Arts Plate!

In Tennessee, specialty license plates are more than just automotive accessories. They are the lifeline for the core of our culture — the arts.

Specialty license plates support the Tennessee Arts Commission, which provides funding to artists, schools and art organizations across our state.