FUNDRAISING EVENTS

By supporting The Muse Knoxville, your organization can help provide our region with a resource for early-childhood education and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) enrichment, and help make East Tennessee a great place to live, work and do business.
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Read The Muse Knoxville Annual Report to understand more about the impacts made in FY 2015-2016.
Please contact Ellie Kittrell at 865-594-1494 X100 or ellie@themuseknoxville.org to find out more about sponsoring any of these fundraising events.



Cheer in the New Year December 31, 2016                       
This exciting event allows families in the community to celebrate the upcoming New Year in a kid-friendly environment without disturbing their bedtime! Enjoy holiday inspired, educational crafts and activities! Don’t miss the balloon and ball drop at Noon!

This 21 and up event is sure to bring out the kid in all who attend with playful offerings that put an adult twist on the usual play date! Each play date will feature a different theme and new set of activities.

           January 2017 (Love Sense:Exploring the 5 Senses)
July 2017 (Minute to Win-It)
October 2017 (Marvel v. DC)   

This year will mark our 4th annual scholarship luncheon to raise money for our Muse For All Programs.  All funds raised allows us to offer our educational programming and exhibits to children regardless of economic, physical, or social barriers at no cost.              

Dogwood Arts partners with the Muse Knoxville to produce Art Slam at the Dogwood Arts Festival, now in its 4th year. Art Slam is a live art competition among Knoxville’s up and coming artists. Artists have 3 hours to paint an extra large artwork with a colorful and inspiring design. We have painted doors, canvases and adirondack chairs. There are no design limits, but each artwork must celebrate the art, culture and natural beauty of our region.

Each year The Muse teams up with local community partners to offer special discounts and giveaways to Muse Membership holders. This special month allows us to say ‘Thank You’ to all the families who have invested in The Muse and it allows local businesses to reach out directly to this important demographic (families with young children) in our area.  

This STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) awareness event is both entertaining and academic and GEARED to inspire young minds toward a college and career interest in a variety of STEM fields. The event will showcase connections that exist between K-12 STEM educational opportunities, university and training institutions, applied research and product development and the companies that benefit from these educational investments.