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Weekend Arts Preview 11/27 – 11/29

2020 has been rough but there is still a lot to be thankful for! Come out or stay in and enjoy some of Nashville’s greatest events that are sure to get you in the spirit! Photo Credits: Nashville Scene Shag Art Show Belcourt Theatre The Thing (in-person) Nov. 27 – 28 Zappa (in-person) Nov. 27… Read more »

Weekend Arts Preview 10/9 – 10/11

Come knock off some of that cabin fever and come out to some of Nashville’s most creative and exciting events. This weekend is full of both virtual and in-person events that will not disappoint, from the opening of Rina Banerjee’s exhibit at the Frist to the start of Tennessee Craft Fair. Check them out plus… Read more »

Greater Nashville Artist Relief Fund

The Artist Relief Fund is designed to help sustain artists in Greater Nashville during times of difficulty, uncertainty, and loss. The Fund will be open to all artists at all levels of their careers, in a broad variety of disciplines, and will supply money help self-employed artists and artists employed/contracted by nonprofit arts and culture… Read more »

Emergency Response Resources

In response to the novel COVID-19 crisis and ongoing tornado relief efforts in the greater Nashville area, the Arts & Business Council continues to compile resources for artists and creative entrepreneurs. We will monitor ongoing tornado relief efforts as well as the most recent public health recommendations regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and provide periodic updates on… Read more »

Free Legal Clinic on September 25, 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 Coleman Park Community Center, 384 Thompson Lane, Nashville, TN… Read more »

Free Legal Clinic on June 25, 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 offices of Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison, located inside… Read more »

I’m A Visual Artist…What Rights Do I Have?

By Monique Brown, 3L at University of Tennessee College of Law and Spring 2019 Semester-in-Residence Participant.  Image by Pelle Sten, via Flickr. If you are a visual artist, you have legal rights! The Visual Artists Rights Act (“VARA”) was adopted in 1990 as an extension of the Copyright Act of 1976, and it provides special… Read more »

Education

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 »