Volunteers have a unique opportunity to share in the Mission of the Link Centre.
Make a Difference.
Make New Friends.
Contribute to our Community.
Bathe in Glorious Appreciation.
Looking to plug in and help out in Tupelo? Want to meet new people, support the arts, make a positive difference in your community? Link Centre is looking for volunteers who can give some time in the office, as handy men and women who like small projects on campus, and with event support. Check our our Volunteer page to learn more. Thank you!
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Join us as we join organizations across the country with the opportunity to screen this documentary that shows how 6 women from 2 sides of 1 of the most polarizing issues of our time learned how conversation can bridge the gap created by toxic polarization. If you are interested in learning from their example, join us and representatives from the Listen First Project as we kick off National Week of Conversation.
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April Monthly Music Mix- The Beat of the Heart
Documentary viewing Saturday, April 22, 2023 at 7:30 PM
Tickets available on Eventbrite
The Beat of the Heart is a short documentary film exploring the revolutionary work of music therapist Brian Schreck. Based at the Norton Cancer Institute in Kentucky, Brian has been recording the heartbeats of cancer patients to incorporate into a unique musical composition written with the patients and their families. Just as each individual’s heartbeat is unique, each musical composition becomes a celebration of the individual beauty and spirit of each of the patients involved.
Save The Date: Youth Open Mic featuring Gum Tree Youth Writing Award Winners
Sunday April 23, 2023 2:30 PM
Link Centre Concert Hall
Link Centre is home to Tupelo’s arts community, from promoting arts education to hosting the North Mississippi Symphony Orchestra, West of Shake Rag Improv, WordPlay’s Sessions Open Mic, producing our Monthly Music Mix concert series, and more. Click here to learn more about Link Centre Initiatives and Partner Programs.
Link Centre serves as Northeast Mississippi’s premier cultural service center, identifying and attracting partners to offer transformative education, and social services experiences that inspire and improve the health and well being of the community.
Through our BizLink co-working spaces and our Link West office spaces, Link Centre partners with the Tupelo’s community-oriented non-profit organizations and other business organizations, as well as giving startups a place to grow.
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Link Centre is supported in part by funding from the Mississippi Arts Commission, a state agency, and in part, from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.
What would happen without the arts in Mississippi?
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