Weekend Arts Preview 4/30 – 5/2

As restrictions are being lifted, Nashville is exploding with more in person events that are still COVID responsible. Check out some of the galleries and theaters with events happening this weekend!

Photo credits: Chauvet Arts

National Museum of African American Music

Now open! Plan your visit today. (in-person)

Chauvet Arts

Afterimage: Sensations of Color (in-person)
Ongoing through April

Franklin Theatre

News of the World (in-person)
April 30

Kung Fu Panda (in-person)
May 1

Mama Mia! (in-person)
May 2

Belcourt Theatre

Judas and the Black Messiah (in-person)
May 2, 3, and 6

Nomadland (in-person)
Ongoing through May 4

Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street (in-person)
Ongoing through May 6

Demon Slayer: Mugen Train (in-person)
Ongoing through May 6

Frist Art Museum

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

Liliana Porter: Man with Axe and Other Stories (in-person)
Ongoing through May 2

Creating the American West in Art (in-person)
Ongoing through Jun. 27

N2020: Community Reflections (virtual)
Ongoing through Aug. 1

A Landmark Repurposed: From Post Office to Art Museum (in-person)
Ongoing through Jan. 9, 2022

Cheekwood Estate & Gardens

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

Art and Soul Nashville

Funky Trunk Treasure Hunt (in-person)
May 2

Oz Arts Nashville

12 Poetry into Film Collaborations (in-person)
May 7 – 8

Fast/Forward: Nashville Artists Look to Our Future (virtual)

Kindling Arts Festival and Found Movement Group

LOST NASHVILLE (in-person)
May 8 & 22

Museum of Contemporary Art Nashville (MOCAN)

MOCAN After Dark (in-person)
Every Saturday in May

TMP1 “Radical” Thoughts (in-person)
Ongoing through May 29

Tennessee Performing Arts Center

Disney Musicals in Schools Story Adventure Workshops (virtual)

The Theater Bug

Stories: An Original Instagram Musical Web Series (virtual)

Nashville Rep

Little Hollow Living History Museum (virtual)

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