Weekend Arts Preview: 4/5 – 4/7

Spring is in full swing with these amazing art events, check them out! Image Credit: Cheekwood Estate & Gardens Nashville Fashion Week NFW Night Four, Official After Party, + The Fashion Forward Gala April 5-6, 2019 OZ Arts Nashville Community Research Partners Artistic Partnerships for Change April 5, 2019 Metro Public Health Department Franklin Art… Read more »

Weekend Arts Preview 3/29 – 3/31

End March on a high note with these art exhibitions! Image Credit: Cheekwood Estate & Gardens Belmont Mansion The Tennessee Decorative Art Symposium March 29-30, 2019 Various Venues RepresentUS Unrig Summit March 29-31, 2019 Music City Center Discovery Center Campology Day Camp March 29, 2019 Discovery Center at Murfree Spring Discovery Center Commemorates Women’s History… Read more »

Arts Board Matching

The Ideal Candidate for Arts Board Matching… – Holds a mid-level position – Desires to serve an arts organization – Seeks to network with a variety of individuals Business participants are equipped for board service and success in the arts at four half-day workshops that include tours of Nashville arts institutions. After completing the workshops,… Read more »

Volunteer Lawyers
& Professionals for the Arts (VLPA)

The Arts & Business Council connects artists and arts organizations with the services, skills, and opportunities they need to thrive from their creative endeavors. To this end, the Arts & Business Council provides pro bono legal services to income-qualified artists of all disciplines, as well as legal and business assistance to emerging nonprofit arts organizations… Read more »

Twenty outstanding artists selected for 2019 Periscope: Artist Entrepreneur Training cohort

The Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville announces its 2019 Periscope: Artist Entrepreneur Training (Periscope) cohort. Comprised of promising artists of an array of disciplines, Periscope is a dynamic, year-round professional development opportunity that helps accomplished artists take their careers to the next level of sustainability and growth by looking at their artistic practice… Read more »

Weekend Arts Preview: 3/15 – 3/17

Count your lucky stars! There’s an abundance of arts events this St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Image Credit: Create It in Donelson House Covers & A Year Without You March 15, 2019 My House Create It in Donelson Spring Blossoms March 15, 2019 Robin’s Gallery McKay’s Used Books Meet & Greet with Richard Born March 15,… Read more »

Arts & Business Council to Honor Ronald L. Corbin with Esteemed Martha Rivers Ingram Arts Visionary Award

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 13, 2019) – Each year, the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville honors a Nashville resident for their inspiring leadership and patronage of the arts with its Martha Rivers Ingram Arts Visionary Award. This year, the deserving honoree is Ronald L. Corbin, a long-time Nashville business leader and arts supporter. Corbin’s friends,… Read more »

Weekend Arts Preview: 3/8 – 3/10

Need plans for the weekend? Check out these art events! Image credits: Nashville Ballet Lipscomb University Animation Lecture: Natalie Nourigat March 8, 2019 Lipscomb University-Ward Hall Music City Arts Network Pouring Your Art Out Workshop March 8-10, 2019 Plaza Artist Materials Parnassus Books Julie Berry March 8, 2019 Parnassus Books Brian Noyes March 9, 2019… Read more »

The Trademark Fight for Battle Angel: Why Should I Register my Trademark?

By Monique Brown, 3L at University of Tennessee College of Law and Spring 2019 Semester-in-Residence Participant. Photo: “Alita: Battle Angel” (2019). IMDb. Twentieth Century Fox (“Fox”) released its highly-anticipated featured film Alita: Battle Angel on February 14, 2019. Prior to the film’s release, Epic Stone Group (“Epic”), a Florida company, filed a federal trademark infringement… Read more »