Get Tickets! Go to the Box Office.
Follow Us! Friend Us!
InTEENsity, a teen social group made up of students in both public schools and local home schools, will display the winning selections of the 3rd Annual InTEENsity Photography & Art Show in the center's Upstairs Gallery September 5 - October 31. The exhibit is free and open to the public, Monday - Saturday, 9am - 9pm. A free Artist's Reception is scheduled for Friday, October 19, 5pm - 7pm. This is the third InTEENsity show held at The Renaissance Center, with a category for Art being added this year.
InTEENsity is enjoying its third year of operation and is made up of both home school and public school students aged eleven to nineteen. InTEENsity meets twice a month for purely social activities, including a Masquerade Ball, a Minute To Win It Game Night, and an Amazing Race ranging across Montgomery Bell State Park as well as a Mystery Play.
InTEENsity-A Teen Social Group: the group's goal is to provide safe environments and opportunities for local home school and public school students to experience typical teen social activities. To attain this goal they plan and organize dances, talent shows, swim parties, game nights, murder mystery plays, photography contests and other engaging activities that promote enriching life experiences. It is their hope that these experiences will promote lasting friendships as well as memories that will last a lifetime.
For more information contact Amy Rich:
"We appreciate The Renaissance Center giving our teens the opportunity to "get their feet wet" in the world of art. It is an amazing life experience for those teens that wish to pursue a career in the arts. It also gives those teens that haven't chosen their path yet a glimpse into the field of art." - Amy Rich
Photo: Last year'sreception for the InTEENsity Show
Front Row- Left to Right:
Matthew Schoenbaum, Isla Rose Gwozdz, Kristen Holmes, Andrea Young, Mariah Fooshe, Ashley Tidwell
Second Row- Left to Right:
Carly Clark, David Jack, Phillip Jones, Megan Fooshe, Rebekah Randolph
Back Row- Left to Right:
Brian Styer, Reilly Rich, Marissa Fooshe
Poster for 2010 Exhibit
The mission of the Jackson Foundation, Inc., is to motivate and educate children and adults through the use of technology in the area of the arts, science, and humanities. Learn more...
Have your event or meeting here at our state-of-the-art facility!
We're closer than you think! (about 35 minutes from downtown Nashville / just 15 minutes from Bellevue!) Map & directions.
The Renaissance Center 855 Highway 46 South Dickson, TN 37055
Tel: (615)740-5600 Toll Free: (888)700-2300
The Renaissance Center is a state-of-the-art facility for fine arts, performing arts, media production, technology and education.
Copyright ¬© 2001-2011 The Jackson Foundation. All rights reserved.