Historic StARTS


Historic StARTS 2013  

Historically Inspired Art Events for Young Children

Historic StARTS is in the process of being re-invented for 2013.

We will keep you posted on some new and exciting events we have coming!

Thank you to our 2012 instructors, Krista Barré and Casey Kirk, for a great year of historic fun and learning!




MEDIA COVERAGE:

Check out Historic StARTS on Talk of the Town which aired February 10, 2012:
Art of Friendship Through Valentine’s at Carnton Plantation

Click here to see a slideshow from the Tennessean!





Mission: Exploring the cultural and visual arts with children in Williamson County

Exposing preschoolers to a wide variety of art increases imagination and creativity while building a solid foundation for future academic success. A 2005 report by the Rand Corporation about the visual arts argues that the intrinsic pleasures and stimulation of the art experience do more than sweeten an individual's life -- according to the report, they "can connect people more deeply to the world and open them to new ways of seeing," creating the foundation to forge social bonds and community cohesion. There are few opportunities for young children to engage in art activities in the area, this program fulfills that need.




This series has been underwritten in part by The Arts Build Communities program, which is funded by the Tennessee General Assembly and administered in cooperation with the Tennessee Arts Commission and The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.