NEW: Requests for Artist MicroGrants now being accepted

Financial barriers are oftentimes all that stands in the way of the an artist’s next critical step in their career. The Arts Council of Williamson County is pleased to be able to offer MicroGrants to artists living in Williamson County who are 16 years or older. The funds may be used to apply for workshops, entry fees to show your work, framing, or a whole host of costs incurred while trying to get your work out to the public.

Learn more now on how to apply.


May 12th is the next Lunch Bunch

Guest Speaker: Earl Henry Jr.
Earl Henry Bird Prints

Earl Henry Jr. never met his father, Lieutenant Commander Earl Henry, who was the only Tennessee dentist who was killed in World War II. Earl, Jr. was only six weeks old when his father perished in the sinking of the USS Indianapolis, but you will be amazed at how much Earl, Jr. knows about his father and his talents as a dentist, ornithologist, taxidermist, and painter of birds. This is a unique and colorful program that you are sure to enjoy.
11:30 – Meet & Greet
12:00 – Presentation
1:00 – Informal Art Show & Tell



Featured Artist
March – April
Carol Wiel

Artwork in the Main Rotunda (New books section)
Williamson County Public Library, 1314 Columbia Ave. 

Learn more now about Carol’s work.

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Membership News

Welcome to new/returning members — we can’t do it without you!
Barbara Bullard, Leslie Fawcett, Renee Ford, Wendy Latimer, and Nan Zierden
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