Weekend Arts Preview 6/11 – 6/13

The rain will stop and the events will flow! Check out this weekend’s events including a few films at the Belcourt Theatre and exhibits all across the city!

Photo Credits: David Lusk Gallery

Belcourt Theatre

Censor (in theater)
Opens June 11

Forbidden Planet (in theater)
June 12 & 13

Swimming out till the Sea turns Blue (in theater)
June 12 – 15

The Truffle Hunters (in theater)
Ongoing through June 17

Frist Art Museum

Curator’s Perspective: The Acme of Originality—Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Cutting-Edge Tearoom Designs (in-person)
June 11

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

N2020: Community Reflections (in-person)
Ongoing through August 1

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

Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center

The Artistic Evolution of Autumn de Forest Exhibition (in-person)
Ongoing through June 13

David Lusk Gallery

Stucture – Identity – Transformation (online)
Ongoing through June 26

Red Arrow Gallery

Objective Nostalgia (in-person)
Ongoing through June 26


flowers for a queeny (a royal portrait) – Lanie Gannon (virtual)
Ongoing through June 26

Small Pause – Rami Kim (virtual)
Ongoing through June 26

Mischievous Company – Kate Roebuck (virtual)
Ongoing through June 26

  • Modfellows Art Gallery

Skin & Bones (in-person)
Ongoing though July 3

Third Coast Comedy Club

Cherry Bomb: An Improvised Musical (in-person)
Ongoing through July 17

Tinney Contemporary

James Perrin: Fragments of Endearment (in-person)
Ongoing through July 17

Julia Martin Gallery

Too Much Not Enough (in-person)
Ongoing through July 21

Unrequited Leisure

Memory Work (in-person)
Ongoing through July 31

The Theater Bug

Stories: An Original Instagram Musical Web Series (virtual)

Nashville Rep

Little Hollow Living History Museum (virtual)

Oz Arts Nashville

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

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