A! Magazine for the Arts

AAME Board Members on WCYB

November 30, 2011

Board members of Arts Alliance Mountain Empire (AAME) will be on WCYB-TV5 between 12:00-12:30 pm on Wednesday, December 7, 2011, to discuss AAME's membership campaign.

As publisher of the award-winning A! Magazine for the Arts, AAME serves as the largest voice for arts information and advocacy in the region, reaching more than 30,000 readers each month in print and online. Celebrating its 17th year, A! Magazine for the Arts is the most comprehensive and indispensable guide for the arts in the Mountain Empire. A! Magazine for the Arts produces feature articles about diverse artists and their work, public art initiatives, calendars of regional events, arts youth spotlights, poetry, and book reviews. Additionally, A! Magazine for the Arts reports vital information on national arts trends and legislative issues affecting arts funding.

Support A! Magazine for the Arts - become a member of Arts Alliance Mountain Empire.

Please demonstrate your commitment to the arts by becoming an AAME member today!

By becoming an AAME Member, your gift ensures that AAME will be able to continue to:
• publish and distribute A! Magazine for the Arts at no cost to thousands of readers
• keep the region informed about issues affecting the arts on www.aamearts.org and www.artsmagazine.info
• provide a non-biased and objective platform for artists to express their unique points of view
• encourage young people involved in the arts
• celebrate the wide range of arts in our region
• support regional tourism and economic development
• engage local, regional, and state legislators to develop their interest and crucial support for the arts
• assist emerging arts groups such as Art in Public Places and The Paramount Chamber Players
• offer arts-related educational opportunities

CLICK HERE to download a Membership / Donation Form:

Arts Alliance Mountain Empire, publisher of A! Magazine for the Arts, is a 501(c)3 charitable organization. Your contributions are tax deductible. AAME is partially funded by the Tennessee Arts Commission, the Virginia Commission for the Arts, and Bristol Herald Courier.