4th Annual ArtCamp Sept 30, 2017
at Nossi College of Art

Rebecca Berrios (rebecca.berrios@nashville.gov)


Organization: Metro Arts
Job Title: Director of Community Engagement
Industry: Government
With over 18 years of experience as an arts administrator, Rebecca leads various initiatives to expand equity and support the arts in Nashville including Metro Arts’ $2.19 million grants program; THRIVE, a neighborhood focused funding program that encourages professional development and community participation in the arts; Artober Nashville, a citywide month long celebration of arts and culture; and the Racial Equity & Arts Leadership (REAL) program.

Website (www.artsnashville.org)
Facebook (facebook.com/rebecca.k.berrios)

Rebecca Berrios will be presenting:

Nashville's State of the Arts

At 2:30PM-3:15PM, in Design Two

Understanding the state of the arts in Nashville requires collective assessment on our community’s challenges and opportunities. In this session, we invite ArtCamp attendees to become a part of that conversation in a participatory art project of reflection and storytelling. Participants will engage with one another’s stories, culminating in a collective testimony to Nashville’s State of the Arts.

Also led by Shaina Strom. Shaina has been working in the arts for over a decade as a storyteller, community organizer and arts advocate. She has assisted Metro Arts with planning Artober Nashville and is currently the Digital Engagement Manager at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC).

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