Advocate for the Arts
It might sound intimidating; however, anyone can be an arts advocate. In fact, you’re probably advocating for the arts already without realizing it. Here are a few ways you can help:
• Share your support of the arts with friends and family
• Send copies of articles about the arts and arts education to legislative/policy makers
• Respond to action alerts from an advocacy network like the Tennesseans for the Arts
• Meet with legislators, school board members and other policy makers:
Williamson County Board of Education Board Members
Dr. Mike Looney, Superintendent
Williamson County Commissioners
Franklin Mayor and Aldermen
Fairview Board of Commissioners
• Write letters and articles for the local newspaper about the arts and arts education
• Recruit others to advocate for the arts
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Sounds easy, right? It is! Williamson County and Middle Tennessee offers some of the best arts and cultural events in the region, and they are right here in our backyard. Attend a performance, visit a museum, or purchase art from a local artist. The hardest part is deciding which incredible event to attend! Visit our event calendar for a list of current arts and cultural events.