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General Inquiries 

Metro Arts frequently has opportunities for artists and community members to participate in program development, funding and artist selection panels, and community art projects.  Use this form to share your information and interest with us, and we'll contact you about specific opportunities that may be a good fit!

Committee Openings

Application: Committee for Anti-Racism & Equity (CARE) Community Members


Metro Arts is interested in recruiting Nashville/Davidson County residents to join the Committee for Antiracism & Equity (CARE) of the Arts Commission. Particularly, individuals who have an interest in forwarding equity work within the arts and cultural sector. It is a standing committee to support Metro Arts in keeping the promise of its mission to drive an equitable and vibrant community through the arts. CARE is committed to holding Metro Arts accountable in becoming fully antiracist in its identity and working for equity in all policies and practices, with the goal of dismantling all systems of oppression within the arts ecosystem.

Grants and Funding 

        Thrive (deadling to apply: August 29th at 12pm CDT)

Meetings & Events

       View Metro Arts meetings and events on our calendar.  Attend meetings and provide feedback using the Metro

       Arts Public Comment Form.

Panelist Opportunities

      Check back for future opportunities.

Workshops and Training

       Check back for upcoming workshop or training opportunities.


Diversity in Arts Leadership (DIAL)