Submissions will include your basic contact information and samples of your work. Selected artists will be contacted to set up a date and time for your video interview. Artists may be asked to provide supplemental images or video of you at work in your studio. If you already have material of this nature available, you are invited to include it in your submission, but it is not required. This could include time lapse work in progress videos, for example.
The Show Up for the Arts in Murfreesboro campaign is a fun learning experience designed to connect residents to their local art community. This campaign provides its participants with the tools and information necessary to dive into the local art community and be proud of what their city has to offer, while also socializing and having fun. We want residents to go out and explore their local art scene and spread the word about all it has to offer with pride and enthusiasm.
Participation in the campaign consists of signing up and receiving a passport of arts activities to complete, such as attending an art exhibition or poetry reading. There are different levels of activities to complete. Participants will receive a prize for completing each level. Prizes will include bumper stickers, water bottles, and more.
By submitting art work of any kind through this form you grant us permission to feature it on our Cultural Arts social media pages including Facebook, Instagram, and other online city resources. You will not be compensated for the featuring of your work. Submitting does not guarantee it will be featured, and we may contact you about using it in other future features. Please ensure that submissions are appropriate for all ages. Any other questions regarding submissions can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Center for the Arts seeks submissions for the CFTA gallery. The gallery is the most diverse space at the Center. It serves as practice space for theatre productions and features a monthly exhibit highlighting the best of local art. Submissions are being accepted for 2018 exhibitions.
All submissions are due by November 1st.
The mission for the Center for the Arts, Inc. is to enhance the quality of our community by providing a variety of arts and opportunities which will educate and entertain people of all ethnicity, ages, and income levels. The Center for the Arts will advance art awareness through quality theatrical productions, musical performances, art exhibits, educational programs, life-long learning and community activities thus improving overall quality of life in our community.
The Center for the Arts is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization.
Anne of Green Gables (MTI)
Audition Ages: 13-17
Auditions: July 5th & 6th 2017
Performance: August 25th, 26th, & 27th
Tales of a 4th Grade Nothing (PFYA)
Audition Ages: 9-12
Auditions: August 16th & 18th 2017
Performance: October 13th, 14th, & 15th
Elf JR. The Musical (MTI)
Audition Ages: 6-17
Auditions: September 20th & 22nd 2017
Performance: December 8th, 9th, & 10th
Willy Wonka KIDS (MTI)
Audition Ages: 6-9
Auditions: January 10th & 12th 2018
Performance: March 2nd, 3rd, & 4th
Madagascar a Musical Adventure JR (MTI)
Audition Ages: 6-17
Auditions: February 21st & 23rd 2018
Perform: April 27th, 28th, & 29th
- All positions are paid.
- Applicants may be asked to participate in an interview.
- Parent directors are encouraged to apply for shows their children will not be participating in.
Art in the Rotunda of Murfreesboro's City Hall is maintained by the Murfreesboro Art Committee (MAC). The committee consists of seven members who are appointed for three-year terms. The committee was created by Resolution of the City Council on August 15, 1991.