January 8, 2009
Tennessee: Architectural Survey of Historic Performing Arts Facilities
The Tennessee Arts Commission (TAC) has launched the research phase of an architectural survey to assess Tennessee’s historic performing arts facilities. This multi-year project will help the TAC to preserve and promote facilities that have played a central role in the cultural and community development of numerous Tennessee towns. The state’s performing arts facilities — many of which were built prior to 1970 and are still standing — are significant heritage assets and cultural tourism magnets. The project also will inform the agency’s long-range plan to establish a design program that could provide technical assistance and capital improvement to historic performance facilities. For more information about the project, contact TAC Performing Arts Director Hal Partlow.
In this Issue
Executive Director's Column
State to State
- Michigan: Expanding Access to Applicant Learning
- Tennessee: Architectural Survey of Historic Performing Arts Facilities
- Mississippi: CORE Arts Program
- North Dakota: Arts Dakota
- New York: Cultural Blueprints
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