The Tennessee State Museum will commemorate the 225th anniversary of Tennessee’s statehood in 2021 with Tennessee at 225: Highlights from the Collection, a self-guided tour within the Museum’s galleries complemented by an online exhibition, showcasing 100 artifacts from the Museum’s collection across five key themes. Those themes – Art, Community, Innovation, Service, and Transformation – encompass artifacts within all the Museum’s current galleries, ranging from as early as the Paleolithic period to 2020.
Maren Morris, reigning 2020 Female Artist of the Year, picked up six nominations, including Song of the Year and Single of the Year for her hit “Bones.” The track also earned Morris a nomination for Songwriter of the Year, and she also picked up a nod for Female Artist of the Year.
A series of seven twisters tore across the mid-state the night of March 3, 2020. The damage stretched from the Tennessee River in the West to Cookeville in the East.
This June for the first time in 37 years, Nascar Cup Series racing will be front and center at Nashville Superspeedway.
Artober Nashville is a program of NowPlayingNashville, an initiative of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. Submissions will be accepted through April 30, 2021.
African American folk-sculptor Hattie Duncan has a new exhibit that opened on Thursday in Hendersonville at the Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center.
One year ago, people across the Midstate were waking up to the destruction from a deadly tornado outbreak.
The Charlie Daniels Journey Home Project with its delightfully whimsical initialism TCDJHP, is moving forward with the mission of its late founder, country music icon Charlie Daniels.
As you no doubt read in Scene contributor Jennifer Justus’ recent story (“East Nashville, a Year After the Tornado”), beloved East Nashville IPA- and lager-centric brewery Smith & Lentz was right in the path of last spring’s tornado.
During a time when some of Nashville’s famous stages are being forced to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the city’s most iconic music venues is making a triumphant return.
The Frist Art Museum presents Creating the American West in Art, an exhibition of nearly 80 paintings and sculptures ranging in date from 1822 to 1946.