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The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of Nashville arts and entertainment news from around the web.
How to Get Free Tickets to The Nashville Film Festival (NowPlayingNashville)
As part of NowPlayingNashville.com’s ongoing media sponsorship of the Nashville Film Festival, we’ll be offering a limited batch of free tickets each day to film screenings.
Psychedelic Experience in Art and Music (Nashville Scene)
The second annual festival, including the new Far Out Film Fest, takes place this week at Third Man, Mercy Lounge and The High Watt
CMA Foundation Honors 2018 Music Teachers of Excellence (Broadway World)
The CMA Foundation honored 34 music educators during the third annual CMA Music Teachers of Excellence ceremony Tuesday, May 8, at Nashville’s Marathon Music Works.
The 5 Best Cities in the World With Up-and-Coming Art Scenes (Observer)
Not only do these worldwide sites offer unique art experiences, but they are also being credited with pushing the international contemporary art scene in exciting new directions.
Theater Classic Brought To Life In ACT 1’s The Little Foxes (NowPlayingNashville)
Jeffrey Ellis brings a bucket list production, “The Little Foxes”, to life at the Darkhorse Theatre.
Ingram New Works Festival (Nashville Arts Magazine)
This year’s Ingram New Works Festival, taking place May 9–19 at Nashville State Community College, features four complex and thoughtful pieces.
Amplify Nashville awards honor immigrants who’ve impacted community (The Tennessean)
On April 26, nearly 400 people gathered for Siloam Health’s second annual Amplify Nashville awards honoring immigrants who help our city flourish.
Caitlyn Smith talks the trials of Nashville and making it big in contemporary country (The Michigan Daily)
Smith will go on the road with country legends Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, and then with Sheryl Crow.
60th Anniversary Music Biz Conference Explores the Future of Music (Nashville Pride)
The Music Business Association (Music Biz) celebrates its 60th anniversary at this year’s annual Music Biz 2018 conference, May 14-17, at the Omni Nashville Hotel.