The Tennessee Valley Art Association
is delighted to introduce
Christi will be already familiar to many of you through her work with the Kennedy-Douglas Center for the Arts, in Florence.
Christi calls the TVAA’s history of community arts advocacy “inspiring” and says:
I am honored to follow in the footsteps of passionate creatives like Mary Settle Cooney and Ethel Davis who worked so diligently to grow the arts in the Tennessee Valley. When we look at the history of this organization we really see the spirit of the Shoals, one that embraces its culture, creativity, innovation, and collaboration.
Christi brings to our team the commitment, vision, and sense of adventure that have distinguished her career in arts administration thus far, and we invite you to join the TVAA board, membership, and staff in extending her a very warm welcome.
Christi is due to begin her new position as TVAA Executive Director in December 2019, as we prepare to open the Tennessee Valley Museum of Art's annual holiday exhibition, the Trees of Christmas.
Make plans to visit the museum this December and say hello to TVAA Executive Director, Christi Williams Britten!