Young writers from Memphis and Christiana shine in this year's contest. Congratulations to all nine winners! Read the winning letters here.
Visiting 3 high schools for this spring's Student Reader Day events, de la Peña talks reading, basketball, writing poetry, and finding your passion.
Humanities Tennessee is pleased to award 20 scholarships to community volunteers to attend the 2015 Tennessee Association of Museums (TAM) Conference in Jackson, March 18-20.
Do you know a young creative person that likes to write, has journals full of stories and poems, likes to practice songwriting or comic books? Mark your calendar for two upcoming residential creative writing workshops.
On March 26, the internationally celebrated musicians played a very special, intimate show to benefit the programs of Humanities Tennessee.
The Rose Center for the Arts opens the bilingual exhibit about Mexican migration in the mid-20th century and hosts a public discussion about guest worker programs.
The author will read from his latest Cotton Malone novel, The Patriot Threat. This is a free, ticketed event.
Forest, Farm and Factory: Transforming Toil and Time in the Tri-Cities, presented by Dr. Tom Lee will explore the urbanization of Appalachia.
Week-long residential creative writing workshop for rising 10th-12th graders.
Week-long residential creative writing workshop for rising 8th-12th graders.
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