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Frist Art Museum to open submissions for Nashville's art teachers for an upcoming exhibition

Dex Walker

NASHVILLE, TN - Frist Art Museum invites Art Teachers from elementary, middle school, and high school across Nashville and Davidson County to submit their masterpiece in the upcoming exhibition, Nashville Art Teacher: Beyond the Classroom. The exhibition is dedicated to honoring Alma W. Thomas, a Washington art teacher and also the first African-American art teacher to have her own exhibition in Whitney Museum of American Art in 1972.

Frist Art Museum also holds exhibitions on Thomas' art pieces in the upcoming show, Alma W. Thomas: Everything is Beautiful, to hold in the Upper-Level Gallery in February 2022.

The submission fee is free. Art teachers are welcome to send any two-dimensional artwork and low-relief works with a total of up to five submissions. Art teachers need to submit required documents that verify their teacher status, or otherwise, submissions will be declined. The artworks are sent in digital files at Teachers will receive a confirmation email after submitting their works. Art submissions should be sent no later than October 3, 2021. Teachers will receive $100 for each selected artwork.

By submitting the artworks, teachers are responsible for the originality of their works. Any violation or infringement case found in the artwork will be declined from Frist Art Museum's exhibitions and projects.

Visit the website for detailed requirements and steps on submitting the artwork.

Nashville Art Teacher: Beyond the Classroom is held to connecting art teachers and art communities in Nashville and Davidson County, accommodate them to express their arts, and support their artistic works in the communities. Nashville Art Teacher: Beyond the Classroom is scheduled to hold in March. 4, 2022.

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