Weekend Arts Round-Up: 9/28-9/30
September has flown by! Enjoy the last weekend of the month by attending some exciting arts events! Frist Art Museum Music at the Frist | Larysa Jaye September 28, 2018 Frist Art Museum Architecture Tour September 29, 2018 Frist Art Museum We Shall Overcome: Civil Rights and the Nashville Press, 1957-1968 September 28-October 14, 2018… Read more »
Weekend Arts Round-Up: 9/21-9/23
Celebrate the first weekend of Fall by attending some of the awesome arts events going on in Nashville this weekend! Nashville Jazz Workshop Jazz Music at Char Steakhouse with Matt Endahl September 21-22, 2018 Char Steakhouse Cheekwood Estate & Gardens Cheekwood Harvest September 22-October 21, 2018 Cheekwood Estate & Gardens Jefferson Street Art Crawl Jefferson… Read more »
Weekend Arts Round-Up: 9/13-9/16
Looking to get out and do something fun this weekend? Take a look at these awesome events! Frist Art Museum Image Building: How Photography Transforms Architecture July 30- October 28, 2018 The Presence of Your Absence is Everywhere June 22-September 16, 2018 Chaos and Awe: Painting in the 21st Century June 22-September 16, 2018 Frist… Read more »
Artist entrepreneurs pitch ideas, win cash for creative businesses
Aaron Grayum, Rashad Rayford, Melba Williams-Kirk and Mark Schlicher chosen by notable Nashville judges, crowd and peer voting for top honors at Periscope Pitch + Artist Entrepreneur Showcase The Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville is pleased to announce the winners of its 5th annual Periscope Pitch held at OZ Arts Nashville last week… Read more »
Local artist-entrepreneurs showcase artistic excellence, business acumen
Live crowdfunding event gets community members invested in Nashville’s artists The Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville presents the Periscope Pitch & Artist Entrepreneur Showcase Wednesday, September 5, 2018, from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. at OZ Arts Nashville, 6172 Cockrill Bend Cir, Nashville, TN 37209. Purchase tickets today. After eight weeks of intensive training… Read more »
OFF THE WALL receives $15k grant
OFF THE WALL Charlotte Avenue, a fiscally sponsored project of the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville, announced a $15,000 grant award from Buckingham Foundation and Aertson Midtown this week. The grant provides funds for the final five artists contributing murals to Nashville’s first street art gallery, including Julia Martin Wimmer, Sarah Liz Tate, Omari… Read more »
Should Artists Be Worried About Online Sales Tax?
Earlier this summer, the Supreme Court caused a stir among small businesses with online stores with its South Dakota v. Wayfair decision. In Wayfair, the Court ruled that South Dakota could require online retailers without an in-state physical presence to collect sales tax for sales made in the state. Before this decision, online retailers were required to collect… Read more »
Say hello to Jesse and Jonathan, ABC’s newest team members!
After a competitive search process, the Arts & Business Council is thrilled to announce the selection of Jesse Harbison as Director of Legal Services and Jonathan Harwell-Dye as Program Manager. Bringing a wealth of varied experiences in arts administration and passion for our mission, these two talents will contribute to the Arts & Business Council’s… Read more »
Nashville Arts Magazine: Get On (An Arts Nonprofit) Board!
We’re grateful to have the opportunity to write a monthly column for Nashville Arts Magazine. This month, Executive Director Jill McMillan writes about ways to get more involved in the arts community, including the benefits of serving on a nonprofit board. Be sure to check out this month’s Arts & Business Council column in Nashville Arts Magazine and… Read more »
Nashville Arts Magazine: Alumni Perspectives on Periscope
We’re grateful to have the opportunity to write a monthly column for Nashville Arts Magazine. This month, Periscope 2017 alum Tony Sobota writes about his experience in the program and how the Periscope Pitch event helped him “find his words” about his art. Be sure to check out this month’s Arts & Business Council column in Nashville… Read more »