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Congratulations to Dr. Emerald Mitchell!

  10 April 2019

Moves & Grooves Executive Director Dr. Emerald Mitchell was announced as one of the winners in this year's Nashville Business Journal's list of 40 people under 40 who are making epic moves to keep Music City's business community prosperous and thriving!

This class marks the 10th year the Nashville Business Journal has hosted this program.

They will be celebrating all of the winners on April 10th at Music City Center.
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2019 Art Splash raises over $25,000

  21 March 2019

Thank you to everyone who participated and supported the 2019 Moves and Grooves Art Splash gala. The event raised over $25,000 for youth arts, education and wellness opportunities for Davidson County students.

Congratulations to our distinguished 2019 Art Splash Honorees: Mignon Francois, Eddie George, Michael McBride, and Tevin Ashford. Thank you for using your artistic gifts to inspire others.

We would also like to thank the Moves & Grooves Board of Directors, staff, volunteers, students and our wonderful sponsors who helped to make this event possible: Noah Liff Opera, Brenda Dowdel, Butler Snow LLP, Caterpillar Financial, The Cupcake Collection, Debra Edwards, Derek Spirk, Futureshirts, HCA/TriStar Health, Ingram Industries, Jack Isenhour and Dana Moore, Debra Edwards, Joe Gaines Custom Awards, Kreative Koncepts, Music City Cleaners, Nashville Urban Winery, Ready Set Selfie, Roberta Parker, Wanda Crowder, and so many others.

We look forward to seeing you again next year!
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MAG's February Newsletter is Here!!!

  11 February 2018

CLICK HERE, to check out our newsletter for information on what we’ve done, what we are doing, and what we have coming up!
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It's Coming!!!

  01 January 2019

Moves & Grooves, Inc. (in partnership with FutureShirts) are teaming up together to launch a brand new, online store very soon.

Over the summer months of 2018, Moves & Grooves, Inc. worked with a 11 high school students through Opportunity NOW. Their mission, was to raise awareness about the need for a youth arts space in Antioch/South Nashville, and show the community how Moves & Grooves can fulfill that need.

Futureshirts guided students through the design and t-shirt production process to make M.A.G. merchandise. All proceeds from these student-designed shirts will go toward funding the construction for Nashville's first youth arts space with affordable housing for artists.

It's an exciting time for Moves & Grooves, as we finish the final details needed to launch this brand new, online store. So, keep your eyes focused on our website and social media outlets... as further updates develop.
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The Fresh Kids of M.A.G.

  01 December 2018

Everyone asks, "How did Moves and Grooves begin almost 16 years ago?"  Well, this is a story all about how my life got flipped and turned upside down.

CLICK HERE to watch this AMAZING video created by the talented students of Moves and Grooves, Inc. that tells our organization's history and shares our vision for the future towards building Nashville's First Youth Arts Center with Housing for Artists.
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MAG Represented at TSU Parade

  20 October 2018

Another proud moment for the Moves and Grooves students as they danced for over 1,000 patrons at the Tennessee State University homecoming parade.

Special thanks to their coach Christian Henry, Vikki Huggins and the amazing parents who volunteered to support.