2022 Annual Report

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ANNUAL REPORT

2022

STAFF

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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Andrea
Carmen
Olga
Patti
Lacey
Jeannine
Andrew
Miles
Kristy
Vanessa
Quincy
Bryan
Jill
Alex
Daniela
Jared
Tiffanie
David
Michael
Angela
Roger
Sally
Peggy
Marcus McKamey, Board Chair Rowena Belcher, Vice Chair Edna Varner, Treasurer Sybil Topel, Secretary
Becksvoort John Beder Nicole Brown
Davis
de Klein Isaac Duncan III
Frierson
Furr
Grogg
Hibbard
Huff
Huntley
Jackson
Jenkins
Kelly
Levine
Loza
Peterson
Pickens
Robinson
Spiller
Stone
Stoudemire (Term ended June 30, 2022)
Brown
Faulkner
Townsend
James McKissic, President Sallie Lawrence, Director of Finance
2022–2023
Kathryn Wroth, Director of Development Caroline Bulman, Development Manager Melissa Astin, Manager of Grants and Community Engagement Amy Lowdermilk, Programs Manager Jules Jackson, Programs Assistant Jonathan Dean, Administrative Coordinator

Message from the President

I have such fond memories of being in school! Socializing with friends, passing notes during detention, my favorite teachers, that rectangle cheese pizza, and of course my art and music classes! One pillar of ArtsBuild’s mission is promoting and supporting the role of the arts in education, so we’ve focused our annual report on just that—the work we do in education. We feel this is especially important coming out of the pandemic, and we have a renewed excitement about creating access for people of all ages to learn and experience the arts in Chattanooga and Hamilton County.

So much of what we do at ArtsBuild through programs, grantmaking and advocacy work ties directly to using the arts for learning, whether that means using the arts as a lens to better understand math and history, seeing the world in a new way because of an arts experience, exploring a career in the arts, or gaining technical skills to be successful in the arts and creative sector workforce.

Our efforts have been noticed. ArtsBuild was recently nominated for the Future Ready & Innovation Award at the Hamilton County Schools Partners in Education Awards event. We are proud of our long-standing and ongoing partnership with Hamilton County Schools and so many other education partners in Chattanooga. It takes a village to create the culture and quality of education we want to see in our community.

We hope you enjoy this “portfolio” of highlights from our past year. We thank each and every ArtsBuild donor, partner, and supporter—it is because of you that we can build a stronger community through the arts.

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So much of what we do at ArtsBuild through grantmakingprograms, and advocacy work ties directly to using the arts for learning.
JAMES MCKISSIC “ PRESIDENT

LEARNING

4 58 TEACHERS trained in workshops this year 100,000+ STUDENTS provided arts experiences since 2009 KINDERGARTEN hands-on activity at Creative Discovery Museum 1ST
a play at Chattanooga
Centre
GRADE
Theatre

Arts Integration Training

The pandemic didn’t prevent us from continuing our annual teacher training workshops. In 2021, we invited Lenore Blank Kelner to do a series of multi-day virtual workshops for local educators about arts education and cultural relevance through dance and drama. Lenore has been a presenter with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts since 1982 and was a Master Artist for the Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning through the Arts for 25 years. Lenore is the author of The Creative Classroom and co-authored A Dramatic Approach to Reading Comprehension

In 2022, we were finally able to resume meeting in person, so we invited guest teaching artist Daniel Barash, another Kennedy Center National Workshop Leader, to come to Chattanooga to work with teachers and students to experience learning history in a new way, through shadow puppetry. We also teamed up with the Tennessee Aquarium to take advantage of the “Washed Ashore” exhibit in order to illustrate how the arts can be incorporated into science lessons.

Imagine!

This year we celebrated 13 years of the Imagine! arts education initiative that ArtsBuild created with the intention of providing a systematic introduction to the arts for Hamilton County elementary school students. The program serves up to 14,000 students each year giving each grade level a unique opportunity to go on a field trip.

2ND GRADE

Chattanooga Ballet’s The Nutcracker performance

3RD GRADE

Chattanooga Symphony Young People’s Concert

4TH GRADE dramatic literature production by

SoLit

On the Horizon New!

In January, ArtsBuild will provide transportation for middle and high school students to see Americans and the Holocaust: A Traveling Exhibition for Libraries from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the American Library Association, an exhibit presented locally at the Chattanooga Public Library.

5TH GRADE Hunter Museum and Sculpture Fields

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6 $500,000 IN GRANTS to artists over the past 2 years OPPORTUNITY 126 GRADUATES from Tech Goes Home for the Arts

Hands-on Experience

Four college students were chosen to participate in the 2022 ArtsBuild Opportunity Fellows program this summer. Each student was placed in a paid part-time internship with a local arts organization. Some of those internships even led to jobs. Emily Ruiz, for example, worked on a project for the Association of Visual Arts to digitize several exhibitions over the summer. She subsequently was hired on as part-time staff, working outside of school as the Gallery Assistant. ArtsBuild supports professional development of college students who are interested in becoming arts administrators and leaders in the arts.

Artists as Entrepreneurs

Tech Goes Home for the Arts is a new program that we launched during the pandemic. It is designed to teach artists or small arts organizations how to monetize their online presence and use digital and social media to connect to their audiences. To date, the program has graduated 126 participants! Tech Goes Home for the Arts is currently offered bi-annually for adults and once each summer for high school students.

Supporting the Careers of Artists

While most of ArtsBuild funding goes through grants to support organizations, we are fortunate to have resources to make significant grants to individual artists. We also see the need for equitable funding opportunities to advance the careers of artists that are representative of our community, so we established the Racial Equity Grants for Individual Artists and the Artists Work grants program. By early next year, we will have awarded grants totaling more than $500,000 to a talented group of amazing artists. Growing the capacity for the careers of artists in Chattanooga and Hamilton County is an aspect of arts sector workforce development we feel is important.

On the Horizon

We have several ideas and opportunities in the works for more arts and creative entrepreneurial training and ways to invest in and support the creative economy in Chattanooga. The arts and cultural sector in Hamilton County supports more than 6,000 full-time equivalent jobs! ArtsBuild wants to do everything we can to ensure our local arts and cultural workforce is strong. Stay tuned for more details!

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LEADERSHIP
8 26 PUBLIC EVENTS with ArtsBuild presence ENGAGEMENT 117 INDIVIDUAL MEETINGS with arts contributors

ArtsBuild in the Community

ArtsBuild makes it a priority to get out and engage with people at every opportunity we have. We love visiting with folks at festivals, special events, and community centers to share more about ArtsBuild’s mission, programs, and ways to get involved in the arts. We also meet one on one with individuals and groups to talk about potential creative projects and partnerships that could take shape. This past year, ArtsBuild staff set up our table with information and interactive arts and crafts projects at more than 20 public events, engaging with hundreds of Chattanoogans. We also met individually with close to 100 people doing incredible things to build a stronger community through the arts.

Art is for Everyone

One of our engagement events this year took place at the Mary Walker Towers senior apartments on the Southside of town. Councilwoman Raquetta Dotley helped us coordinate the event and 22 residents attended. We offered snacks and an arts activity for the residents while we talked about how ArtsBuild plays a role in supporting the arts in our community.

We also decided to host our annual holiday art supply drive for the Ronald McDonald House of Greater Chattanooga. This organization provides families with the care and resources they need when their child is sick and supports programs and services that directly improve the health and well-being of children. They are furnishing a new art studio at their facility and asked if we could help. We know that having the space and an opportunity to create art can be a great benefit to the families during their stay at the facility.

High School Art Competition is Back

This year ArtsBuild brought back the Hamilton County High School Art Competition after it had been on a short hiatus. The 59 student artwork submissions received were juried by a panel of representatives from ArtsBuild, Stove Works, Hamilton County Schools, and Hamilton County Government. All submissions received are on display on the first floor at the Hamilton County Courthouse. Students from 16 different high schools in Hamilton County and one homeschool student are represented in the exhibit. ArtsBuild staff worked with Stove Works’ teen curators to select the top prizes and curate the show. Entries for the 2023 competition are already coming in!

On the Horizon

After analyzing the reach of ArtsBuild’s financial support over the past several years, we see the need for more connections to Chattanoogans underserved by arts programming and the more rural areas of Hamilton County. We will continue to focus some of our engagement efforts on diversifying our grantee applicant pool and connecting with more artists and groups doing wonderful projects throughout the county.

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COMMUNITY
10 50+ GRANTS awarded ranging in size from $500 to $100,000 EXPERIENCE 19 COMMUNITY ARTS PARTNERS received mission support grants

Kyiv Ballet Comes to Town

ArtsBuild was excited to help be part of the Kyiv City Ballet performance here in Chattanooga with CHA Ballet and UTC. Thanks to the generosity of ArtsBuild donors, we were able to provide 150 free tickets to the performance, which we gave to children and families all over town who might otherwise not have been able to attend.

All About Access

Our grantees who receive Mission Support grants—our nineteen Community Arts Partners—play a tremendous part in infusing the arts into our community for people of all ages and backgrounds. A significant part of the annual grant panel review process is focused on the wonderful outreach of these local arts organizations to underserved audiences; programs and activities that use the arts to promote life-long learning; and educational programs for diverse ages and abilities.

A Diverse Artistic Landscape

This past year, ArtsBuild made more than 50 total grants ranging in size from $500 to $100,000. We are proud to have supported all types of artistic projects, concerts, performances, workshops, and programs through Community Cultural Connections and our other grants programs.

On the Horizon

ArtsBuild recently opened an additional application cycle for Artists Work grants. The Artists Work grant program was initiated in 2020 in response to the sudden loss of audiences, jobs, and patrons experienced by the region’s arts industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with the goal of providing economic stimulus that benefits both the creative sector and the public realm. Project funding will be awarded to individual artists or groups of artists to produce artworks (visual, fine craft, media, performance, or literary arts) for a public exhibit or performance within Hamilton County.

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ACCESS

MISSION SUPPORT COMMUNITY ARTS

PARTNERS

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Association for Visual Arts

Chattanooga Ballet

Chattanooga Boys Choir

Chattanooga Symphony & Opera

Chattanooga Theatre Centre

CoPAC

Creative Discovery Museum

Dynamo Studios

East Lake Expression Engine

Houston Museum of Decorative Arts

Hunter Museum of American Art

The Pop-up Project

Scenic City Clay Arts

Songbirds Foundation SoundCorps

SoLit SPLASH Stove Works

ARTS BUILD COMMUNITIES

Art 120

Be the Change Youth Initiative

Boys & Girls Clubs of Chattanooga

Chattanooga Historical Society

The Chattery

Contemporary Performing Arts of Chattanooga Girls Inc. of Chattanooga

Keep Soddy-Daisy Beautiful Move N Groove Kidz

Reflection Riding Arboretum and Nature Center

Scenic City Shakespeare

Signal Centers, Inc.

Songbirds Foundation, Inc.

SPLASH

COMMUNITY CULTURAL CONNECTIONS

Culture Books

Doors Open Jazz Ed Johnson Project

Educate 2 Elevate Glass House Collective Kelcurt Foundation Mark Making Micah Chapman

Music, Fashion, & Arts Foundation Obvious Dad

Playful Evolving Monsters LLC

Reach One Teach One (ROTO)

Rhyme N Chatt Interactive Poetry Ross Sawyer

Royal Circle of Sisters, Inc. Silver Slipper Dance Academy The Chattery TN Arts Collective Young Ladies of Power

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RACIAL EQUITY GRANTS FOR INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS (Latino/a/x) Pablo Mazariegos Isela Arredondo Kristina Sánchez-Mills Jose Loza Samantha De Armas
Grant Recipients
2022
13 REPORT CARD 0200000400000600000800000 1000000 THE ARTS BUILDING FACILITIES INCOME GOVERNMENT GRANTS ENDOWMENT INCOME CONTRIBUTED INCOME $989,667 SOURCES OF FUNDS $705,650 $414,231 $90,100 $2,199,648 TOTAL INCOME 1000000 03000006000009000001200000 1500000 THE ARTS BUILDING FACILITIES EXPENSE ARTSBUILD OPERATIONS COMMUNITY EVENTS & LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS COMMUNITY INVESTMENTS & ARTS EDUCATION $1,486,410 USES OF FUNDS $131,846 $356,236 $121,540 $2,096,032 TOTAL EXPENSES ArtsBuild is doing well this year. They work well with others and are eager to participate in community activities. Often collaborates and is great at sharing with the arts sector. Great job!

HONOR ROLL

MAJOR CONTRIBUTORS

Beacon Foundation

Charitable Trust

Benwood Foundation

City of Chattanooga

Footprint Foundation

Lyndhurst Foundation

Nancy Lackey Community Education Fund

National Endowment for the Arts

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Smith, Jr. Tennessee Arts Commission Unum

VISIONARY ARTSBUILDERS

Mr. Owen Allen

BBC Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Chapin Lillian L. Colby Foundation

Mitch and Jackie Collins Ashley and Ward Davenport

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Davenport III Elder’s Ace Hardware

EPB Fiber Optics

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Faulkner

First Horizon Foundation George R. Johnson Family Foundation

Rich and Barbara Kramer Ms. Candy G. Kruesi

Mr. Marcus McKamey

Mr. and Mrs. Chris McKee

James McKissic and Shane Morrow

Mr. Ferman Miller*

Mr. Dan Rather Ms. Paula K. Southwood

Mrs. Mary Ann K. Stewart

Ms. Angie Stoudemire

Truist Foundation Weldon F. Osborne Foundation

*deceased

INSPIRATIONAL ARTSBUILDERS

Anonymous (2)

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Aiken, Jr. Aladdin Printing

Ms. Annette Allen

Ms. Rowena L. Belcher

Mr. Charlie Brock

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Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Brock, Jr.

Coca-Cola Bottling Company

UNITED, Inc., Tennessee Valley

Senator and Mrs. Robert P. Corker, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Decosimo

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis J. Dyer

Jeannine and Gary Grogg

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hall Mark and Lisa Henley

Sam and Jimmy Hudson

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Mr. & Mrs. K. Donald Jensen Mrs. Nancy R. Jolley Mrs. Joy Jones

Dr. Bruce Kaplan and Ms. Ann Law Dr. Dan Kennedy

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Kilbride Mr. John Bryan Kitchen

Sallie Lawrence

Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Lebovitz M.J. and Howard Levine

Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. McCallie Mr. and Mrs. Deaderick C. Montague Tom and Kristina Montague Network For Good Mrs. Margaret D. Oehmig Mr. and Mrs. George H. Pettway Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips Dr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Rich Tiffanie and Michael Robinson Ms. Chyela Rowe Henry & Rachel Schulson Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Sendele Mr. and Mrs. Hugh F. Sharber

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Siskin Randy and Gloria Smith Mrs. Margaret P. Smith Drs. Adam and Nickie Soufleris Susan H. & Taylor Stein Mr. Michael Stone

Top Flight Paper Products, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Teo Valdés Rep. Greg Vital Mrs. Joan H. Williams Mr. and Mrs. James C. Wyatt

PASSIONATE ARTSBUILDERS

Drs. Mitch & Marie Farrar Baldree Mr. John Beder

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Southern Champion Tray Co.

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The UPS Store - Signal Mountain Road

Thompson Engineering

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Anonymous

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SUPPORTING ARTSBUILDERS

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Unum Matching Gifts Program

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HONOR ROLL

We thank everyone who has contributed to the 2022 Annual Campaign as of November 15, 2022 and acknowledge donors giving $60 or more in this listing.

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