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News & Upcoming Events

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Welcome to the Appalachian Society of the Arts!

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the fundamental power of the Arts

Who we are

We endeavor to ensure access to the arts for all ages, ignite a passion for the arts, and successfully advocate, partner, and collaborate with individuals and businesses from all over the southern Appalachian region dedicated to the arts to cultivate new economic and community growth.

Proud Member of

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#ASotAFollowyourArt

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July Coming Soon!

The Artist Spotlight is an opportunity to recognize and appreciate the artists in the communities we serve. To nominate an artist, please click the button below and send us a message!

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Community Arts & More
Events Calendar

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FEATURED

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Hometown Poems On Sale Now!

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What We Offer

From classes and art supplies to performances and festivals, we are making the Arts accessible.

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Art by Crochet by James

We Love Our Business Partners!

These businesses have provided time, energy, money, and space for Arts events, classes, and more! We cannot do this without them!

Tennessee Specialty License Plate
Program

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80% of TN Arts Grantsare funded by the purchase ofstate specialty license plates!​

What better way to tell the world you support the arts than with a TN Arts Commission arts plate?

 

  • Are available to all Tennessee residents.

  • Require an annual fee of $35; of that fee a portion is allocated to the Tennessee Arts Commission.

  • For an additional fee of $35 your specialty plate can be personalized with between three and seven characters.

  • More information can also be found with your local county clerk.

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STATEMENT OF POLICY TITLE VI
Civil Rights Act of 1964

The Appalachian Society of the Arts assures full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended and its related statutes. No person is excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of its services, or otherwise subjected to discrimination on the grounds of race, religion, color, or national origin. For more information about the Title VI Program, please click here.

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