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2015 ArtsMemphis Fellows

The 2015 Fellows used their individual social media accounts to document their personal journies through the Americans for the Arts Annual convention. We tracked all their posts using the #MemArtSquad.

Name | Organization | Handle: Platform

Brittney Bullock | Crosstown Arts | @dontblink_bb: instagram & facebook

Amy Ruggaber | Playback Memphis | @akruggaber: instagram & twitter

Siphne Sylve | UrbanArt Commission | @saayes: instagram & @siphneaaye: twitter

Lindsay Mitchell | Stagedoor Productions | @lindmit: instagram & @stagedoor_memphis: instagram

Cindy Cogbill | Levitt Shell | @cynthiajcogbill: instagram & @levittshell: instagram

Tierney Bamrick | Opera Memphis | @tbambrick9325: instagram & @tierneybambrick: twitter

Cindi Younker | Buckman Perfromance Arts Center | @lostinyounkers99: instagram & @buckmanartscenter: twitter

Melody Barham | Soulsville Foundation | @meloomocha: instagram & @2meloniousmonk: twitter

Tamara Williamson | ArtsMemphis | @artsmemphis: instagram & twitter & @tamarajanelle: instagram

2015 ArtsMemphis Fellows's Posts:

2015 ArtsMemphis Fellows join the national conversation about the social impact of the arts: Tierney Bambrick

Posted on July 8th, 2015

Join the 2015 Fellows through the following blog series about their experience during the 2015 Americans for the Arts National Convention. The ArtsMemphis Fellowship, launched in 2014, was designed to build the capacity of arts leaders and their organizations in the field of social change and community engagement. The 8 individuals selected as 2015 Fellows will attend the Americans for the Arts Annual Convention in Chicago, which focused on arts, cultural equity, and empowerment. Afer the jump, hear from Tierney Bambrick, Marketing Manager at Opera Memphis read more »

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2015 ArtsMemphis Fellows join the national conversation about the social impact of the arts: Amy King Ruggaber.

Posted on July 7th, 2015

Join the 2015 Fellows through the following blog series about their experience during the 2015 Americans for the Arts National Convention. The ArtsMemphis Fellowship, launched in 2014, was designed to build the capacity of arts leaders and their organizations in the field of social change and community engagement. The 8 individuals selected as 2015 Fellows attended the Americans for the Arts Annual Convention in Chicago, which focused on arts, cultural equity, and empowerment. Afer the jump, hear from Amy King Ruggaber, Associate Executive Director at Playback Memphis. read more »

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2015 ArtsMemphis Fellows join the national conversation about the social impact of the arts: Melody Barham

Posted on July 6th, 2015

Join the 2015 Fellows through the following blog series about their experience during the 2015 Americans for the Arts National Convention. The ArtsMemphis Fellowship, launched in 2014, was designed to build the capacity of arts leaders and their organizations in the field of social change and community engagement. The 8 individuals selected as 2015 Fellows will attend the Americans for the Arts Annual Convention in Chicago, which focused on arts, cultural equity, and empowerment. Afer the jump, hear from Melody Barham, Community Engagement Manager at Soulsville ... read more »

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2015 ArtsMemphis Fellows join the national conversation about the social impact of the arts: Brittney Bullock.

Posted on July 5th, 2015

Join the 2015 Fellows through the following blog series about their experience during the 2015 Americans for the Arts National Convention. The ArtsMemphis Fellowship, launched in 2014, was designed to build the capacity of arts leaders and their organizations in the field of social change and community engagement. The 8 individuals selected as 2015 Fellows will attend the Americans for the Arts Annual Convention in Chicago, which focused on arts, cultural equity, and empowerment. Afer the jump, hear from Brittney Bullock, Community Engagement Manager at Crosstown ... read more »

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2015 ArtsMemphis Fellows join the national conversation about the social impact of the arts: Lindsay Mitchell.

Posted on July 4th, 2015

Join the 2015 Fellows through the following blog series about their experience during the 2015 Americans for the Arts National Convention. The ArtsMemphis Fellowship, launched in 2014, was designed to build the capacity of arts leaders and their organizations in the field of social change and community engagement. The 8 individuals selected as 2015 Fellows will attend the Americans for the Arts Annual Convention in Chicago, which focused on arts, cultural equity, and empowerment. Afer the jump, hear from Lindsay Mitchell, Executive Director of Stage Door ... read more »

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