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For Arts Advocates, A Chance To Learn And Lead

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If you live in Chattanooga and Hamilton County - and if you have a passion for advancing the arts and culture in our community - there’s an opportunity for you to learn, grow, connect and lead.

The program is the Holmberg Arts Leadership Institute, run by the nonprofit ArtsBuild - which is taking applications until Friday, June 3rd.

Amy Lowdermilk is programs manager at ArtsBuild.

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