Alumna-Owned Nonprofit Amplifies Nashville to Global Audience at ‘Arts & Homelessness International’

Nicole Brandt Minyard with artists from Poverty and the Arts
Nicole Brandt Minyard, center

Nashville social enterprise nonprofit Poverty and the Arts (POVA) will share their work virtually at the ‘Arts & Homelessness International’ monthly conversation on March 31 at noon Central. POVA’s Founder and Executive Director Nicole Minyard (Belmont alumna, class of 2014) will share about the organization’s mission and Nashville’s unique creative community that helped POVA grow in its early stages. There will also be a brief Q&A with POVA artists also in attendance.

Arts & Homelessness International (AHI) exists to bring positive change to people, projects and policy in the homelessness sector through arts and creativity. AHI has been hosting virtual international monthly conversations throughout the pandemic, and this March POVA will be a featured guest to share about their work to support artists impacted by homelessness in Nashville.

Join the free, virtual international conversation by registering at Arts & Homelessness monthly conversations (5 pm UK time) Tickets, Multiple Dates | Eventbrite.

About Poverty and the Arts

Located on Dickerson Pike in East Nashville, Poverty and the Arts (POVA) is a nonprofit social enterprise that provides people impacted by homelessness with access to creative resources and an artistic platform to enhance their quality of life and earn income.

For more information, contact POVA’s Founder and Executive Director at