"No matter what the coming season brings, you can count on Dogwood Arts to be here finding big and small ways to keep us all connected - just as we have since 1955.
Support from you, no matter what size, will make a real and lasting impact in this community."
Sherry Jenkins, Executive Director
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Supporting Dogwood Arts
Our mission is to promote and celebrate the art, culture and natural beauty of our region.
Dogwood Arts has a 65-year history of arts advocacy, environmental stewardship, and economic impact in East Tennessee. We produce 20 year-round events and programs that help make Knoxville a great place to live, work and play. But we can't do it alone. Help us Grow the Good by giving today.
A.C Massengill Jr.
Allyn Purvis Schwartz
Avery G. Howard
Barbara Glauner Kimmitt
Cindy McColgan Bradley
Clarence Vaughn III
F. Michael Combs
J Parks Hitch
John R. Rosson
Johnson Architecture Inc.
Knox County Council of Garden Clubs
Knoxville Sheet Metal Works, Inc
Lakemoor Hills Garden Club
Mary Ellen Brewington
Mitch Reed & Associates
North HIlls Garden Club
Shanna G. Browning
Sherri Parker Lee
The Tool Crib
Vicki Williams Baumgartner
Vreeland Engineers, Inc.
William B. Stokely Jr. Foundation
TREES DONATED TO THE DOGWOOD TRAILS THROUGH OUR BAZILLION BLOOMS CAMPAIGN
In Honor of :
Cecile Wimberley from Cavett Station Chapter, NSDAR
The Taskett Family from Patricia Taskett
The Dogwood Arts Staff from Jane Brannon
Maria & Matt from Jenna Dwyer
Amanda & Paul DeWitt's Anniversary from Jessica Cline
In Memory of
James T. & Betty Reinhart from Jane Brannon
Patsy-Susie Starnes from The Keyes Family
William 'Billy Kidd' Winningham from Michele Silva, Jane Cade, and Cari Bean
Ann & Al Newlin from Bill Kappa
Bob Evridge from Katie Evridge
Natalie Cox Watts, Nancy Barbour, and Kimberly Cox from Lisbeth Wolfe
Sue Van Pelt Case 'SuSu' from Susan Pitcher
Billie Joel Campbell from Robert & Janet Elwood
Ron A. Mahaffey from Melissa Greene
Polly Anna & David Harris, Sr. from Paula Morrison
Joyce Holdredge from Martha Axford
Jane Parker Conrad
More Ways to Support
TN SPECIALTY LICENSE PLATES
What does your license plate say about you? The State of Tennessee offers more than 100 specialty license plates for Tennessee motorists to display on their registered motor vehicles. These plates represent special interest organizations, professional organizations, colleges and universities, branches of the military and other topics. Funds from these plates support art organizations just like ours! For more information, click the images below!