At Tennessee Arts Academy, Teachers Share Their Zeal for the Arts
Theodore F. Wolff, Monitor, The Christian Science Monitor
THE watermelon was perfect, the entertainment first-rate, the people warm and friendly, but what I remember most about my three days here at the Tennessee Arts Academy was the enthusiasm for the arts that were shared by everyone.
My first indication of that came when I entered the building at Belmont College here, where the classes were held. Dozens of drawings, most of them highly accomplished, had been taped to every available surface. A truly impressive sight, they were the product, I was told, of the advanced drawing class of artist/professor John Dropcho.
From my first sight of those drawings, to the sound of the Academy Chorale, composed of music teachers …
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Publication information: Article title: At Tennessee Arts Academy, Teachers Share Their Zeal for the Arts. Contributors: Theodore F. Wolff, Monitor - Author. Newspaper title: The Christian Science Monitor. Publication date: August 6, 1990. Page number: 11. © 2009 The Christian Science Publishing Society. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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