Our Volunteers

Hilda serves as our fierce leader and director. She has been volunteering at the jail since 2017 organizing classes and teaching men's and women's art. 

 

“I have greatly enjoyed exploring my own creativity alongside these women and men. There is a huge amount of talent here and I feel that I benefit from classes as much or more than the participants. Class members are open and willing to try whatever crazy project we bring to the table!”

Director & Founder

Hilda Vaughan

Millicent has over twenty years of experience in the classroom and holds a bachelors in art and a masters in elementary education. She enjoys bringing her skills and education to this new setting. 

 

“I see so much creativity, talent and willingness to learn from class participants at the correction center.”

Director of Programs

Millicent Foreman

Kacee has been working with the program since its inception designing marketing materials, event posters, and bringing lots of creative energy to the organization. She manages our outreach, attends Bonnaroo and other festivals and fairs to promote Arts Inside. She also leads various workshops in the jail.

 

“I love sharing Arts Inside’s mission with others and advocating for the inmates. We care deeply about our participants mental health and hope to bring this program to as many jails as we can.”

Communications Volunteer

Kacee Carter

Brooks leads men’s writing classes. He is working on a variety of creative writing projects and co-hosts the performance showcase Sewanee Spoken Word. He is a former investigative reporter for The Dallas Morning News. 

Class Volunteer

Brooks Egerton

Darrin is a local artist creating unique tie-dye textiles and garments. He assists with outreach and attends festivals to advocate for Arts Inside. He is scheduled to be our first featured local artists and will be leading our participants in creating their own tie-dye T-shirts.

Artist & Advocacy Volunteer

Darrin Henley

Barbara is a second year Bonnaroo volunteer and serves as our henna artist when we travel to festivals & fairs. 

Artist & Advocacy Volunteer

Barbara Roberts

Pat expresses her creativity in several mediums, including watercolor and textile art. She began working with watercolor in 2003 and her love of both mediums has created beautiful award-winning art quilts and fine watercolor paintings. Pat Rollie has completed the Fine Art and Surface/ Textile Design Certificate programs at Otis School of Art & Design in Los Angeles. Pat lives in Tullahoma with her husband and 4 cats. She is a member of the Tullahoma Art Center and Tennessee Craft and is currently teaching watercolor to a group of men at the facility.

Artist Volunteer

Pat Rollie

Thank you to ALL our 2019 Bonnaroo Volunteers!

 

Corrine Taylor 

Caroline Bell

Cameron Knox

Kacee Carter

Darrin Henley

Barbara Roberts

Altamont, TN, USA

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