The Tullahoma Fine Arts Center has been awarded an Arts Build Communities
Grant through the Tennessee Arts Commission in order to offer four months’
worth of free classes and supplies to students who are Free and Reduced
Lunch Program beneficiaries or who live in Section 8 housing. The cost for
all other students is $30, and supplies are included.
August’s offering allows TFAC to welcome a new teaching artist, Tullahoma
native, Jeremy Zimmerman. On August 28, 2013, Jeremy will be teaching a
class on Graffiti/Spray Paint Art. 20 spots for Elementary students are
available in a 1.30 – 3 class, and 20 spots are available for Elementary,
Middle and High School students in a 3.30 – 5 class. Students are encouraged
to wear appropriate clothing for creative expression with paint!
To sign up, please contact TFAC at (931) 455-1234 or at
TFAC@TullahomaFineArtsCenter.org — or stop by the Center any time, T – TH,
9 am – 2 pm.
The Tullahoma Fine Arts Center is an ADA-compliant, 501 (c) 3 organization
which was incorporated in 1968 and has been serving the Middle Tennessee
Area for the past 45 years. All corporate and individual donations are
tax-deductible. For more information about how you can support the Arts in
our community, or TFAC directly, please visit our profile at
JEREMY the artist ZIMMERMAN was born in Nashville, Tennessee on September
13, 1973, where he lived for several years before traveling Out West with
his young parents… Living in the mountains of Colorado and traveling until
he was ten, he filled his childhood with many magical memories of nature and
After returning to Tennessee, he settled into school in Tullahoma where he
was more interested in dreams than in school — getting into a little hot
water for spay-painting the town… which earned him four-hundred hours of
public service work…
After learning a lesson about vandalism in his community; he stayed on track
to prove ART is not a crime!!!
At eighteen he moved to the Tampa area in Florida and was exposed to a
rough, street side of life and cut his visit short by hitchhiking back 1300
miles to the mountains of Kentucky, staying three months in a hippie commune
and getting back to the roots of his early childhood of nature and fun…
Later in his 20’s he lived in his hometown Nashville, and for seven years,
he worked as an artist at Opryland. At 27, he moved back home to Tullahoma
and started from scratch, having four children and using his life lessons to
be the most protecting and loving father…
He provides for his family by running his own construction company, Superior
Woodwork, which is responsible for projects in our community such as
Citizens Tri-county Bank, The Celtic Cup, George Dickel and many more.