Thanks to our public-private partnerships with organizations like the Nashville After Zone Alliance (NAZA), the Writers Studios, Goodwill Industries and Middle Tennessee State University, we are able to provide adequate art education experiences to youth ages 7 to 18 years of age within Title I Metro Nashville Public Schools and artist development resources to young adult emerging artists, 18 to 35 years of age living in Middle Tennessee.​  Our programs serve as an introduction to art as an outlet for expression of self and lessons that create pathways into Entrepreneurship. Programs range from one-offs to daily after-school programs. There is a strong focus on parental and community involvement in all programs.

Youth, Ages 7 to 18:

Think Outside The Flash

Teaches youth ages 7 to 18 yrs of age the basics of photography and videography to creatively use their skills to tell a story about their communities, heritage, culture or an issue that is important to them.


Challenge youth ages 7 to 18 yrs of age to connect with their inner superhero through a series of illustration trainings in an effort to help them realize self-love, self-worth, and self-validation. 

Mood Music

An effective way to help youth ages 7 to 18 yrs of age express themselves through and their feelings through songwriting and music production in a positive, healthy manner.

Young Adults, Ages 18 to 35:

Artist Development Resources: 

Our public-private partnership with the Writers Studios at the Hutton Hotel was created to help young adult emerging songwriters and artists between the ages of 18 to 35 scale by providing a safe space for them to create commercial works of art and develop as emerging artist in Middle Tennessee. 

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