There are no recent bookmarks.
Each year, we create a "Best Of' list from NowPlayingNashville and we are doing it again to say farewell to 2020!
The Nashville Scene is hosting a citywide virtual celebration of what makes Nashville the "Best". Here are some of the highlights NowPlayingNashville has been proud to share with you this year.
We are celebrating Tennessee Craft Week by featuring its 2020 Instagram Contest Grand Prize Winner - Asia Mathis. We got to speak with Asia and ask her a couple of questions about her process as an artist, her techniques and her artistic form - ceramic sculptures!
Fall is upon us; although it may not feel like it right now. View 16 Fall Things to Do in Nashville this season. Be sure to add them to your not-to-miss list!
Artober Nashville, a program of NowPlayingNashville, celebrates National Arts & Humanities Month in Middle Tennessee with Omari Booker’s ‘Blueprint II.’ Omari's work will serve as the official backdrop for Artober Nashville, which will be held Sept. 28 - Oct. 31.
“Amalfi Wind,” a painting created by Nashville artist Cassidy Cole, is this year’s official backdrop for Artober Nashville. Read more from the full press release.
Each month, East Side Story proprietor Chuck Beard offers up a survey of Nashville literary events he's looking forward to including literary events, numerous open Mic poetry nights, East Side Storytellin', and more.
For Artober Nashville 2018, we have chosen a piece called Purpose from local artist, Beth Inglish. We decided to do a follow-up interview with Beth from our August article to discuss Purpose and the story behind it.
View this past week's Artober Nashville (#ArtoberNashville) Weekly Roundup. Held each October, Artober Nashville is a month-long celebration of the arts in Nashville and Middle Tennessee.