The Frist Art Museum presents Elise Kendrick: Salon Noir, a micro-exhibition celebrating the beauty of African American women, their unique hairstyles, and the Black salon experience through the works of Nashville artist Elise Kendrick. On view at the museum from August 12 through December 31, 2022, the exhibition offers an immersive experience within a common, accessible space.
In recognition of her vast and enduring contributions, the CFMT Board of Directors will honor Lehman with the prestigious Joe Kraft Humanitarian Award sometime in 2023 and has named Lehman a Lifetime Honorary Trustee of the organization.
Nashville Ballet will kick off their 2022-23 season on October 6 with Cinderella at TPAC’s Polk Theater.
“[Making my Opry debut] is pretty exciting,” Neil shared in a video posted to the Opry’s Instagram account ahead of the performance. “I’m afraid,” the singer admitted, adding, “This place will give you the shakes.”
Yenny LeDoux Zarama has a strong passion for photography and oil painting. This passion is deeply intertwined with a life-long resolve to embrace taking risks so she may achieve her goals, and do what she loves.
he Tomato Art Fest is back this weekend for its 19th year at Five Points in East Nashville. “You can expect all the whacky fun you normally would,” said Jack Davis, Good Neighbors Festival Founder.
Tickets and sponsorships are now available for High Hopes Development Center’s eighth annual High Hopes & Hops fundraising event at Yee-Haw Brewing Company.
Chago’s Cantina, the Belmont Boulevard restaurant beloved for its queso, tacos and burrito bowls, announced via social media on Monday that this week is the eatery’s last.
CMA Fest, held June 9-12, generated $65.2 million in estimated direct visitor spending, according to the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp (NCVC). That number is up modestly from the last time the event was held in 2019, when direct visitor spending was $64.9 million, according to NCVC.
Image: ©Elise Kendrick Salon Noir Nashville TN