Weekend Arts Preview 7/3–7/5

We encourage everyone to be safe and wear a mask as we continue the process of reopening Nashville with live in-person events like this weekend’s North Nashville Community Mural PopUp Photoshoot and opening reception at Channel to Channel Gallery. For those who are still self-isolating, whether by choice or by necessity, there are a host of virtual arts events to keep you feeling connected in our creative community. Take care and have a safe and happy 4th of July!

Image credit: Courtesy of Jefferson Street Art Crawl

Don’t miss our next webinar, The Art of the Pivot, on July 8th!

Jefferson Street Art Crawl

North Nashville Community Mural PopUp Photoshoot (in-person)
July 4

Nashville Convention and Visitors Corporation

Let Freedom Sing! Music City (virtual)
July 4

Channel to Channel

Kayla Rumpp – Betula (in-person)
Opening July 3

Belcourt Theater

John Lewis: Good Trouble (virtual)
Available July 3

Marona’s Fantastic Tale (virtual)
Available July 3

Frist Art Museum – Reopening information

Online Exhibition: We Count: First-Time Voters (virtual)
Available Now

J.M.W Turner: Quest for the Sublime (in-person beginning July 1)
Now closing September 7

Jitish Kallat: Return to Sender (in-person beginning July 1)
Now closing October 12

Mel Ziegler: Flag Exchange (in-person beginning July 1)
Now closing October 12

The Nashville Flood: Ten Years Later (in-person beginning July 1)
Now closing January 3, 2021

Terry Adkins: Our Sons and Daughters Ever on the Altar (in-person beginning July 1)
Now closing January 10, 2021

Nashville Symphony – All concerts postponed until July 31, 2021.

Beethoven’s Sixth Symphony, 5th mvt – Nashville Symphony Musicians(virtual)
Available now

Glen Wanner, Ann Richards & Marcus Wanner – Rhumboid (virtual)
Available now

The Porch

Online Writing Workshops (virtual)

David Lusk Gallery

Tactile Response (in-person)
Ongoing through July 31


Defining Space – Group Show (virtual and in-person by appointment)

Paper Rocketpop – Alex Blau (virtual and in-person by appointment)

LeQuire Gallery

New Works by Susie Campion (in-person)
Ongoing through July 11

Red Arrow Gallery

Online | In Home (virtual)

Julia Martin Gallery

Harry Underwood: Neon Believer featuring Dan Melchior & Ashley Atterberry (virtual)

Chauvet Arts

Edible Dramas: Indulgent Art to Expose the Human Appetite (in-person by appointment)

Turnip Green Creative ReuseSafety information

Go Green with Ms. Jean Virtual Workshop (Facebook Live)
July 3

July 3

Poverty and the Arts (POVA)

Online Art Gallery (virtual)
Available now

Metro Arts Thrive Projects

Stephcynie Curry’s original songs “Bright Side” and “Rise Up,” inspired by the Nashville community’s post-tornado resilience (virtual)
Available now

Preparing for a Socially Improved Future,” Isle of Printing’s postcard project to connect folks offline (via mail)
Available now

Taria Person’s “Storm: a Hip-Hop Exploration of the Tornadoes of 2020,” inspired by the life of the artist’s grandmother (virtual)
Available now

The MuMu Memoirs, an original social distanced theater experience from Bel Stuart of Poppy and Pimento, inspired and portrayed by the women of Nashville (virtual)
Available now

Learn about these projects and others from the April 2020 round of THRIVE funding at MetroArtsNashville.com/thrive

Tennessee State Museum – Open to visitors beginning July 1

Junior Curators Live (virtual)
July 3

Tennessee Storytime (virtual)
July 3

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