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Nashville Art & Music
We highlight the best Nashville art galleries, places to hear live music, fabulous local artists to check out and more! Nashville is teaming with creative energy and we try to harness just a bit of it right here so that you can experience it as well!
Kit Reuther, one of Nashville’s most desired artists for collectors, shares her thoughts on why collecting art energizes your spirit and feeds your soul.
August 26, 2016, marks the unveiling of the Tennessee Woman Suffrage Monument, a sculpture created by renowned artist Alan LeQuire. Here is the story behind the brilliant creation and details about how StyleBlueprint is celebrating.
In honor of The Belcourt Theatre’s recent reopening, check out these 15 interesting facts about this iconic Nashville institution. Then, head over to experience the renovated facility for yourself!
This season at TPAC, strong female characters leap to center stage.
Nashville’s art scene is thriving, which means there’s no time like the present to start your own personal art collection. Don’t get caught up on how to do it — we asked the experts for their top suggestions on what to buy, how to hang and more!
Forecast got you down with all the impending rain? There are countless rainy day activities in Nashville to occupy your time. Here are (quite) a few to get you started!
Get those photos of your phone into a beautiful frame once and for all! With help from a local printing company, The Beveled Edge’s framing services and a few design tips, you can enliven your home with framed photos of loved ones.
Find a cute new (or old) beau and enjoy the best of Music City without breaking the bank. Today, we’ve got the scoop on great cheap date ideas in Nashville!
At this point, it comes as no surprise that Nashville’s growth is generating a thriving culture for local creatives. Today, we showcase those in the field of fashion and show you how to style their pieces.
During the Nashville Film Festival, the city’s music reputation takes a back seat when more than 45,000 people partake in different facets of the 10-day event. Learn about the festival’s rich history and what you can expect when you go. Image: Nashville Film Festival
Got plans for the weekend? Now you do. Here are three great reasons to head to downtown Nashville this weekend.
Our Town Nashville is a public art project that was two years in the making. It concludes next week in what is the world’s largest stamp portrait project (we didn’t know what that was either … ) and you can be a part of it! It’s pretty cool … read on!
Find unique gifts for everyone on your list as these local holiday pop-up markets.
Take the advice of these 10 female Southern artist-entrepreneurs on how to start your own business and so much more! | Image: Twine & Twig
Find some natural inspiration at one of these beautiful botanical gardens sprinkled around the South.
Cheekwood proudly welcomes Jaume Plensa’s exhibit Human Landscapes, which challenges our perception of mind, body and spirit.
Drinking, dining and shopping … there’s SO much to do in Nashville during CMA Fest. Check out our suggestions!
After Hurricane Katrina forced New Orleans photographer Lee Crum to relocate to Nashville, he found renewed inspiration to reimagine his art. Learn how this Southern artist has resurrected a lost medium, bringing beauty and life to forgotten forms.
I just want to curl up next to the fireplace with a warm cocktail, a good book and a pair of warm boots. Throw in a great Southern playlist? Perfection!
Today we feature local galleries selling art that speaks to both the novice and the connoisseur.
Today we give you affordable works of art that will add a new dimension to your collection.
In this age of digital communication, a handwritten note speaks volumes. Today, tips and suggestions for making this old school tradition part of your routine.
David Lusk Gallery, noted for an extensive collection of Southern artists, opened its doors earlier this month in the burgeoning Wedgewood/Houston neighborhood.