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 »

Weekend Arts Preview: 3/1 – 3/3

Can you believe it is already March? Start the month off with some fun art events! Image Credit: Belmont University Leu Art Gallery McKay’s Used Books Meet & Greet with Dana Fraedrich March 1, 2019 McKay’s Used Books Franklin Art Scene Franklin Art Scene Downtown March 1, 2019 Franklin Art Scene Frist Art Museum Music… Read more »

So, You’re Thinking of Entering into a Contract with a Gallery?

By Monique Brown, 3L at University of Tennessee College of Law and Spring 2019 Semester-in-Residence Participant Working with an art gallery can be extremely beneficial to artists, but there are a few things you should think about before putting the ink to paper. First, it is important to know what your legal rights are. The… Read more »

Weekend Arts Preview: 2/15 – 2/17

Don’t want Valentines day to end? Bring a date or friend to one of these art events this weekend! Image Credit: Frist Art Museum Nashville Symphony Chris Botti February 14-15, 2019 Schermerhorn Symphony Center Parnassus Books C.J. Redwine February 15, 2019 Parnassus Books Frist Art Museum Music at the Frist: Tantsova Grupa (Eastern European Folk… Read more »

Rosanne Cash, Congressman Jim Cooper join panel to discuss Music Modernization Act

The Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville and the Artist Rights Alliance (formerly Content Creators Coalition) are partnering to present “Unpacking the Music Modernization Act,” a panel discussion with Congressman Jim Cooper, Rosanne Cash, Ted Kalo and Leighton Linning at the Nashville Public Library downtown at 615 Church Street, on Friday, February 22 at… Read more »

Weekend Arts Preview: 2/8 – 2/10

Don’t let the cold and the rain discourage you from coming out this weekend to these fun art events! Image credit: Paper and Ink Arts Nashville Symphony The Music of John Williams February 7-10, 2019 Schermerhorn Symphony Center The Bookshop (formerly Her Bookshop) Storytime for Grownups February 8, 2019 The Bookshop Lipscomb Academy The Art Event… Read more »

Free Legal Clinic on February 28, 2019

  Are you a visual artist, dancer, actor, musician, or other type of creative? Could you use thirty minutes of free time with a licensed attorney to answer your arts-related legal questions? The Arts & Business Council is hosting a free Pro Bono Legal Clinic at the Watkins Park Community Center, 616 17th Avenue North, Nashville, TN,… Read more »

Take the Creative Economy Survey

We need your help! Nashville is changing rapidly, and those changes are impacting our creative community in a variety of ways. As the Arts & Business Council looks to the future, it’s crucial that we seek the collective insight of the entire community to help us understand where we are today and where we are… Read more »