Nashville’s Frist Art Museum Announces 2020 Schedule of Exhibitions (Yahoo Finance)
The Frist Art Museum is proud to announce its 2020 schedule of exhibitions. In the Ingram Gallery, the year begins with J.M.W. Turner: Quest for the Sublime, an exhibition of works by one of the greatest landscape painters of all time.
HPAC Announces Auditions For NUNCRACKERS (A NUNSENSE CHRISTMAS MUSICAL) (Broadway World Nashville)
The Hendersonville Performing Arts Company announces auditions for Nuncrackers, the Nunsense Christmas Musical on Monday, September 23rd and Tuesday, September 24th at 6:30 p.m. at the theatre, located in the City Square Shopping Center, 260 West Main St., Suite 204 in Hendersonville.
Nashville Community Comes Together for a Night of Entertainment to Raise Money for Country Singer/Songwriter Ava Paige (Guitar Girl Magazine)
The Pick’n And Kick’n Cancer with Ava Paige celebration, coordinated by Ralston Wells of Six Senses Entertainment, will take place on Tuesday, August 20th at 3rd & Lindsley and will feature over 60 of her co-writers performing the original songs they wrote with Ava.
Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville Wins Free Membership! (Americans For The Arts)
Americans for the Arts congratulates the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville for winning a free 2020 membership through their participation in our member survey raffle. A member of Americans for the Arts for nearly a decade, the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville is a 501(c)(3) organization that creates mutually beneficial partnerships between the arts and business communities, contributing to Nashville’s robust creative culture.
Five art exhibitions to see right now in Nashville (Tennessean)
As always, there’s a lot going on in the Nashville art world. From crayon sculptures and beer-box portraits to a show of street-art greats, you’ll not want to miss these five exhibitions this month.
Australian Arts Council Announces 2019 Grant Recipient Sinead Burgess (Music Talkers)
The Australian Arts Council continues their investment in Nashville by announcing their 2019 Grant recipient, singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Sinead Burgess.
Where to Enjoy Dinner & a Show in Nashville (Sounds Like Nashville)
Nashville is a great town for dining, and of course we’re also an entertainment center that attracts visitors from around the globe to enjoy music, theater and other performing arts. Even better, there are a few fun places where you can enjoy dinner and a show at the same time.
Biggest changes to the Nashville food scene so far in 2019 (Tennessean)
Dozens of new eateries have opened their doors in Music City this year, hoping to compete for diners’ business in an uber-competitive food landscape.
Fontanel in Whites Creek closing its doors (Fox 17)
Fontanel, nestled in Whites Creek, is under new ownership. The popular Fontanel Café on property is closed for renovations with no word of when it will reopen. The winery has moved to the Nashville farmers market. The mansion that was originally home to country music star Barbara Mandrell is closed. No more tours and no more concerts, at least for a while.
Jen X: Jen Kirkman Talks The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, UFOs and More (Nashville Scene)
For years Jen Kirkman was branded a party girl. Regular appearances on Chelsea Lately and Drunk History led fans to believe she was all about boozing, schmoozing and goofing off.
Nashville Joins Together to Commemorate 19th Amendment Centennial (The Tennessee Tribune)
More than 40 Nashville organizations are joining forces to commemorate the centennial of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, granting the right for women to vote. Tennessee was the 36th and final state to ratify the amendment, and the deciding vote was cast in Nashville.