Weekend Arts Preview 2/5 – 2/7

If you’re looking for something creative to do this weekend then look no further! Nashville is bustling with both virtual and in-person events. Check them out!

Photo Credits: David Lusk Gallery

David Lusk Gallery

Alex Lockwood: Watch for my Signals (virtual)
Ends Feb. 6

Belcourt Theatre

Mirror (virtual)
Available for 3-day streaming window beginning Feb. 6

Heartworn Highways (virtual)
Available for 3-day streaming window beginning Feb. 6

First Bank

First Saturday Art Crawl (in-person)
February 6

Plaza Mariachi

Kodigoz (Rock en Español) (in-person)
February 6

Turnip Green Creative Reuse

Suggestion & Subjection – *Limited Capacity* Art Viewing & Opening Reception (in-person)
February 6

Red Arrow Gallery

Ripley Whiteside CATARACTS  (in-person)
Feb. 6 through Feb. 28


Alicia Henry: 2020 and 2021(by appointment only)
Feb. 6 through Mar. 27

Frist Art Museum

2020 Young Tennessee Artists: Selection from Advanced Studio Art Programs (in-person)
Ends Feb. 7

Albrecht Dürer: The Age of Reformation and Renaissance (in-person)
Ends Feb. 7

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

Channel to Channel

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

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 February

Vanderbilt University: Religion and Arts

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

Tennessee Performing Arts Center

Disney Musicals in Schools Story Adventure Workshops (virtual)

Tennessee State Museum

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

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