Join POVA’s Virtual Art Show during East Nashville’s Second Saturday April Art Stumble.
This weekend is East Nashville’s monthly Art Stumble and Poverty and the Arts (POVA) is doing something a little different this month at their East Side gallery. In light of Nashville’s COVID-19 “Safer at Home” order, POVA is hosting a virtual art show on both Facebook and Instagram live. While galleries typically open for the East Side Art Stumble held monthly on the second Saturday, this virtual alternative will showcase an assortment of original artwork, jewelry, fiber arts, and more by the artists impacted by homelessness in POVA’s Artist Collective.
The virtual art show will run from 12pm-12:30pm on Saturday, April 11 and viewers can shop the artwork they see online. POVA will also be hosting special giveaways throughout the online event available for viewers.
For more information visit PovertyandtheArts.org or follow @PovertyandtheArts on social media.
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. POVA highlights the creative talents of people impacted by homelessness in order to broaden perspectives and foster meaningful and equitable relationships across communities.