Dear Arts Lovers and Supporters, 


As we step into 2024, I am filled with complete gratitude for the unwavering support that has made Arts Bellevue a thriving part of our growing community. Your commitment to the arts has woven a tapestry of creativity and inspiration throughout our community.

As we embark on a new year, I invite you to please consider making a resolution that will not only enrich your life but also contribute to the cultural vitality of Bellevue—SUPPORTING THE ARTS. . This resolution transcends personal boundaries, resonating with the collective spirit of our community.

Your continued support allows Arts Bellevue to nurture local talent, bring diverse and engaging programs to life, and ensure that the arts remain a vibrant force in shaping our community’s identity. By making supporting the arts a part of your resolution, you become an integral part of this transformative journey.  We promise that our offerings in 2024 will build,  enhance and enrich our community.  

Just in 2023 we brought you:

Vue In The Round:  a monthly series of musical events featuring local, Nashville and important singer/songwriters.  This series is held at the Ford Ice Center in the Arts Bellevue Listening Lounge.

2nd Annual Arts Bellevue Jazz and Blues Festival:  This amazing event is held the 2nd Saturday in June in Edwin Warner Parks.  This year featuring:  Tim Gartland Band, San Rafael Band and Tre Artimis & the Improv 7 Jazz Band.

Bellevue/Harpeth Chamber of Commerce – Community Picnic held for over 40 years with arts demonstrations and children’s tent.  

Summer Solstice June 21st Community Music Event at Tailgate Brewery.  Free to the public.

ArtVue 1st Annual Juried Art Show: August 4-6, 2023.   Held at 3D Design Center with 29 juried artists including 2D, 3D, Pottery, Copper, and glass.

Taste Of Bellevue – Bellevue’s premiere event showcasing local restaurants, foodie places and local trucks.  Arts Bellevue provided music events throughout the event with Wall of Jules, San Rafael Band and Super T.  Provided a live painting event by local artist Michael McBride. 

Carols In The Vue:  December 21st, Make Music Holiday Event in One Bellevue Place, free to the public.

The power of the arts to connect, uplift, and inspire is immeasurable. Your contribution, no matter the size, contributes to the flourishing of creativity and cultural expression. Together, let us pledge to make 2024 a year that celebrates the arts and strengthens the foundation of our cultural legacy.

Thank you for being the driving force behind Arts Bellevue. Wishing you a New Year filled with joy, prosperity, and the fulfillment that comes from embracing and supporting the arts.

Warm regards,

Glen L. Biggs

President & CEO
Arts Bellevue