Everyone's in on the action: a hopeless people-pleaser, a Frenchman, a guy hung up on his previous girlfriends, an art therapist, a clown, and more. Seventeen crazy characters search for love in a round-robin game of speed dating.
They're desperate, chatty, needy, strange -- and the clock is ticking. Everyone's in on the action: a hopeless people-pleaser, a Frenchman, a guy hung up on his previous girlfriends, an art therapist, a clown, and more.
Arts Board Matching promotes dynamic leadership in the arts community by cultivating the skills needed to be effective, engaged board members and making matches between vibrant business professionals and arts organizations in need of board members.
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The committee is investigating Russian hacking that intelligence officials have said was meant to influence the election as well as connections between Russia and associates of President Donald Trump and whether any surveillance was conducted for political reasons.
The Arts Board Matching program culminated in November with our signature Match Event, where participants gathered to network with arts organizations in a speed-dating style format at Tennessee Brew Works.
After the event, everyone participated in a mutual selection process to be matched with organizations for potential board service. – Holds a mid-level position – Desires to serve an arts organization – Seeks to network with a variety of individuals Business participants are equipped for board service and success in the arts at four half-day workshops that include tours of Nashville arts institutions. After completing the workshops, participants will be invited to attend a speed-dating style matching event, where they can interact with representatives from local arts organizations.
They're desperate, chatty, needy, strange -- and the clock is ticking.