By Thomas Sellers Jr.
The Millington Arts Council has been beautifying Flag City for years through art, music and dance.
One of the best kept secrets in Millington got more exposure today on the campus of the Apostolic Church located at 4209 Shelby Road. The Millington Area Chamber of Commerce invited MAC members Bing Osterman and Regina Lambert. Osterman recapped the growth of the arts in Millington through MAC and her former business the Millington School of Dance. The school of dance started in August 2007 and grew to an enrollment of 220 with students coming from across West Tennessee. Under Osterman’s guidance, the dancers won national awards.
Osterman has collaborated with MAC for years through the school and her photographer. Her work has been on display at MAC events throughout the year like Goat Days and Playhouse 51 performances.
Osterman shared the news that the MAC has acquired the Old Chamber House located at 7743 Church Street.
The facility is currently undergoing renovations to become the home of MAC events. It will soon be the MAC House.
The MAC is a group of individuals and businesses committed to supporting arts in the Millington area. The mission of the MAC, 501(c) (3), is to be a charitable and educational organization to support area artists and to increase art exposure and awareness of the arts.
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