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Take the 30-day Artober Challenge!

Take the 30-Day Artober Challenge by crossing off things you've done to celebrate Artober Nashville from September 28th - October 31st. Those that participate by crossing off 10 or more things via Instagram will be…

Take the 30-Day Artober Challenge by crossing off things you’ve done to celebrate Artober Nashville from September 28th – October 31st.

Those that participate by crossing off 10 or more things via Instagram will be entered to win two tickets to Chihuly Nights. You MUST tag us @ArtoberNash and hashtag #ArtoberNashville to be entered to win. Contest Rules Apply.

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TAKE THE 30-DAY ARTOBER CHALLENGE

 

Tour a local museum in-person or online.

Here are a few local museums to visit:

Adventure Science Center

Belle Meade Plantation

Chauvet Arts

Cheekwood Estate & Gardens

Clement Railroad Hotel Museum

Customs House Museum and Cultural Center

David Lusk Gallery

Fisk University’s Carl Van Vechten Art Gallery

Fisk University’s Aaron Douglas Gallery

Country Music Hall of FameĀ® and Museum

Discovery Center at Murfree Spring

Frist Art Museum

The George Jones

Glen Campbell Museum

Granville Museum

The Johnny Cash Museum

Lane Motor Museum

Madame Tussauds

Monthaven Arts & Cultural Center

Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum

The Parthenon

Patsy Cline Museum

Ryman Auditorium

Rymer Gallery

Tennessee State Museum

Tennessee State University’s Hiram Van Gordon Gallery

Tennessee Walking Horse National Museum

Tinney Contemporary

Tullahoma Fine Arts Center

Zeitgeist Gallery

 

Learn to write a haiku.

Watch Artober TV SEPTEMBER 28. It will feature Cheekwood’s Haiku Contest Winner!

 

Make a journal.

 

Learn how to write a song.

The Country Music Hall of FameĀ® and Museum educators, Britt and Adam will show you  how to write a song using your songwriting journal and museum resources. Watch the Artober Learning Labs on Thursday, October 1!

 

Write your own song.

 

Find shapes in nature.

 

Create a sculpture of recycled materials.

 

Study a sculptor and write about him/her.

We are featuring two sculptor’s during Artober that you can learn about. One is a local Tennessee Craft artist, who will be featured on our blog on October 5th – Asia Mathis.

The other is Charles Forrester, whose artwork spans six decades and is lavishly illustrated in the book his daughter wrote with commentary from art historians and contemporary artists. We will host an author talk on October 1st and Winifred will be featured on Artober TV on October 19th.

 

Watch Mr. Matty’s World.

 

Read a new book.

 

Watch a live music stream.

 

Visit an art gallery virtually.

Chauvet Arts

Frist Art Museum

Poverty and the Arts (POVA)

Tinney Contemporary

The Nashville Gallery Association Virtual Art Crawl

LeQuire Gallery

You can also visit 500 galleries across the nation and even the world by visiting here.

 

Make up a dance with a friend on Zoom.

 

Make your own puppet.

 

Host a puppet show in your house.

 

Cook a creative meal.

 

Draw a family tree.

 

Learn something new about your family history.

 

Write a poem about someone you love.

 

Create a mixed media work of art.

 

Draw an “I Voted” sticker.

Learn from Milka Negasi on Artober TV on Monday, October 12th on how to draw an “I Voted” sticker.

 

Study Women’s Suffrage history.

 

Draw a self portrait.

 

Perform a play for your family.

 

Learn 5 words in another language.

 

Learn about diversity in the arts.

 

Show off your best ballet move.

 

Watch Artober TV with Omari Booker.

 

Learn a new song on the piano.

 

Sing your favorite song in the car.

 

 

 

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