Join us for the Periscope Pitch!
Tuesday, September 6 | 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. | Nashville Entrepreneur Center Our talented artist entrepreneurs will put their training to the test when they take the stage in September to pitch their arts businesses to the community at this capstone event for the Periscope: Artist Entrepreneur Training program. Throughout the evening, Periscope artists will share… Read more »
Need a new board member for your arts nonprofit? Apply to Arts Board Matching!
Arts Board Matching equips business participants for board service and success in the arts. The program consists of 4 half-day workshops that equip business professionals to serve on arts nonprofit boards. Each session wraps with a tour of a Nashville arts institution, and the program culminates in a speed-dating style match event where class members… Read more »
Applications Open for Arts Board Matching! Due Aug. 15th
Interested in serving on the board of an arts nonprofit, but not sure where to start? Arts Board Matching may be just the ticket! Arts Board Matching promotes dynamic leadership in the arts community by helping business leaders cultivate the skills needed to be effective, engaged board members and making matches between vibrant business professionals… Read more »
Stories from Periscope’s Artist Entrepreneurs By Clark Buckner at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center
Our third class of Periscope Artist Entrepreneurs graduate he program this afternoon! To celebrate, we wanted to share this awesome new podcast series from the Entrepreneur Center with Periscope artists, creators, and facilitators!
Check out our radio spot about Arts Immersion with Lightning 100!
Big thanks to Lightning 100 for chatting about Arts Immersion 2016 yesterday on the morning show! Adam and Jayson sat down with our Executive Director, Casey Summar, and one of the Event Chairs for the Young Lawyers Division of the Nashville Bar, Kelly Donley. Check it out!
Arts Immersion 2016 is Around the Corner!
Arts Immersion 2016 is a summer soirée showcasing Nashville’s creative community through live music, dance, theatre, and interactive art. The main stage will be Sponsored by First Tennessee Foundation, with exciting performances from students of the Blair School of Music, Chinese Arts Alliance, and Christina Watson. Captivating additional pop-up performances sponsored by Patterson Intellectual… Read more »
The Right of Publicity in Light of The Purple One’s Passing
By Daphne Bugelli and Dani Elliott Photo Credit: SynergyByDesign Whether you are a loyal fan of Prince or a casual listener, it is clear that Prince’s iconic music and style reached and impacted listeners across the globe. Even if you were never a die-hard fan, you probably know the words to more than a few… Read more »
Arts & Business Council Announces 2016 Class of Periscope: Artist Entrepreneur Training
Twenty artists of diverse genres and backgrounds tackle entrepreneurism in the arts The Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville announces its Periscope: Artist Entrepreneur Training Class of 2016. Comprised of very talented artists of varying disciplines, Periscope is a dynamic training program that helps high-level artists take their careers to the next level by… Read more »
Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville Honors Multi-Generational Arts Patrons Steve and Jay Turner
The Martha Ingram Rivers Arts Visionary Award presented last night during An Evening of Arts Visionaries, featuring keynote address from internationally renowned artist Edgar Arceneaux. NASHVILLE (April 8, 2016) — The Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville partnered with the Belmont University Department of Art to present An Evening of Arts Visionaries last night… Read more »
Art in Business -Why Should You Care?
When you bring the arts into the business world, there are unique opportunities to invest in the well being of employees and in their creative potential. Too often, the significance of creativity in a corporate environment is overlooked. Even when it is recognized, it’s often looked at as a business discipline, not be confused with… Read more »