Periscope Pitch 2020 Winners Announced

The Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville is pleased to announce the winners of the 7th annual Periscope Pitch, hosted virtually for the first time in 2020.Periscope Pitch is the culmination of the Arts & Business Council’s Periscope: Artist Entrepreneur Training program, presented in partnership with the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, Metro Arts, Nashville Area… Read more »

Weekend Arts Preview 10/2-10/4

Welcome to Spooky Season! October is always full of exciting and thrilling events that feed our Fall and haunted cravings. Check out some of this weekend’s best events and stay tuned for more howling events happening throughout the month! Found Movement Group and Kindlings Art Festival LOST NASHVILLE (in-person) Every Saturday in October Image Credit:… Read more »

Weekend Arts Preview 9/25-9/27

It is officially Fall and we have some events that will get you in the cozy spirit. Check out the last weekend of Mark Mulroney’s Family Values at the Julia Martin Gallery and Breathless at the Red Arrow Gallery. Plus, some of our Fall favorites like Cheekwood Harvest and much, much more! Belmont University’s Mike… Read more »

Weekend Arts Preview 9/18-9/20

Are you looking to finally get out of the house this weekend? Come out and experience some of Nashville’s most exciting events! From a unique lighting dance experience with EAMotion to  Cheekwood’s Fall Harvest, you are sure to be entertained! EAMotion TEMPO at Nashville Fairgrounds (in-person/drive in) September 18 through September 22 Image Credit: EAMotion ModFellows… Read more »

Weekend Arts Preview 9/11–9/13

Channel to Channel presents Frances Berry Solo Show Frances Berry’s work embodies her personality and spirit through the use of loud, bright colors, text, nude imagery, and abstract mark making. Her trademark “Hooray Face” often appears in her work and is one example of how the bizarre can become humorous through the use of paint…. Read more »

Weekend Arts Preview 8/28–8/30

The Belcourt is back! They’ve transformed their parking lot into the Belcourt Drive-In, starting this Friday, August 28 with showings all weekend. Plus, this Saturday is Independent Bookstore Day. Support your favorite local bookstore by purchasing through them online or in-person. Whether is films, books, music, or more, we encourage everyone to support their local… Read more »

Weekend Arts Preview 8/21–8/23

The Jefferson Street Art Crawl is back this Saturday with new art from Ashley Seay and Omari Booker at Woodcuts Framing and new work from featured guest artist JE Patterson who has prints from his abstract work on Japanese paperboard on display at One Drop Ink. One Drop will also have a pop-up shop from… Read more »

Nashville Celebrates 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage

We join with the entire Nashville community in celebrating the centennial of the national ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution affirming the right for women to vote. To honor the occasion, local organizations have organized many women-focused events.   The Tennessee State Museum is hosting an interactive exhibit titled “Ratified! Statewide!”… Read more »

Meet the Arts Board Matching Class of 2020

We’re proud to announce the selection of 22 business professionals for Arts Board Matching 2020! Participants in the program gain the knowledge and skills necessary to be effective, engaged board members and are matched with local nonprofit arts organizations for potential board service. Arts Board Matching training includes an overview of the arts and culture… Read more »

Weekend Arts Preview 8/7–8/9

It’s that time again! Tomato Art Fest is upon us… ish! This year, the Tomato Art Fest offers a mix of in-person and virtual events meant to UNITE us and not divide us. Enjoy this East Nashville tradition Friday and Saturday. Image credit: Courtesy Tomato Art Fest Don’t miss our next webinar, Making Your Own… Read more »