Weekend Arts Preview 2/19 – 2/21

Snowed in? Don’t worry! The creative community in Nashville is still bustling with online events. Check out a few movies with Belcourt Theatre or attend a few art exhibits and webinars. Stay safe, Nashville!

Photo credits: Channel to Channel

Nashville Public Library

Celebrate African American History Month with NPL: Romare Bearden Collage Style with Artist Ashley Mintz (virtual)
February 19

Channel to Channel

Sarah Hobbs: Twilight Zone (in-person)
Ongoing through Feb. 20

Poverty and the Arts

2021 Gold Key Gala: Virtual Experience(virtual)
February 20

Belcourt Theatre

Our Right to Gaze: Black Film Identities (virtual)
Now streaming

Belcourt Midnights presents: Winter Invasion: Snowmageddon 2021 Edition! (virtual)
February 20

MLK/FBI featuring a Q&A with director Sam Pollard (virtual)
February 26

View more by visiting www.belcourt.org

Tinney Contemporary

Finding Calmness in the Wild (virtual)
Ongoing through Feb. 27

Gallery 100

Ephemera: The Photography of Anna Haas (in-person by reservation)
Ongoing through Feb. 28

Red Arrow Gallery

Ripley Whiteside CATARACTS  (in-person)
Ongoing through Feb. 28

Cheekwood Estate & Gardens

Orchids in the Mansion (in-person)
Ongoing through Mar. 1

Women to Watch (in-person)
Ongoing through May 2

Vanderbilt University: Religion and Arts

Resilient Souls: We Rest Then We Rise (virtual)
Ongoing through Mar. 12


Alicia Henry: 2020 and 2021(by appointment only)
Ongoing through Mar. 27

Tennessee State Museum

Ratified! Tennessee Women and the Right to Vote (in-person)
Ongoing through Mar. 28, 2021

Frist Art Museum

Picasso. Figures. (in-person)
Ongoing through May 2

Tennessee Performing Arts Center

Disney Musicals in Schools Story Adventure Workshops (virtual)

Know something we missed? Let us know at info@abcnashville.org