Nashville Arts Magazine: Alumni Perspectives on Periscope

We’re grateful to have the opportunity to write a monthly column for Nashville Arts Magazine. This month, Periscope 2017 alum Tony Sobota writes about his experience in the program and how the Periscope Pitch event helped him “find his words” about his art. Be sure to check out this month’s Arts & Business Council column in Nashville… Read more »

Weekend Arts Round-Up: 6/8-6/15

Looking to get out and experience some great art this weekend in this awesome weather? Take a peek at these EXCITING events! We have something for everyone!! The City Winery Casey James Live   June 8, 2018 The City Winery Holder Family Fun Center Friday Night in the 11th Frame June 8, 2018 Holder Family… Read more »

Arts Visionaries: Shirley Zeitlin honors Dr. Bob Fisher in Nashville Arts Magazine

In this month’s Arts & Business Council column in Nashville Arts Magazine, we have a very special contribution from 2017 Martha Rivers Ingram Arts Visionary Award honoree, Shirley Zeitlin. In advance of the 2018 Award presentation on May 3, Shirley talks about the importance of this special award, and the amazing contributions of the 2018… Read more »

Weekend Arts Round-up: 4/27/18

Looking to get out and experience some great art this weekend? Take a peek at these awesome events! Aaron Hoke Doenges Wade [Music for River and People] through April 29, 2018 John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge Nashville Children’s Choir Spring Concert April 28, 2018 McAfee Concert Hall, Belmont University Nashville Children’s Theatre Dragons Love Tacos through… Read more »

Announcing the 2018 class of Periscope: Artist Entrepreneur Training

The Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville announces its Periscope: Artist Entrepreneur Training Class of 2018. Comprised of promising artists of varying disciplines, Periscope is a dynamic, year-round professional development opportunity that helps accomplished artists take their careers to the next level of sustainability and growth by looking at their artistic practice through an… Read more »

Weekend Arts Round-up: 4/20/18

Looking to get out and experience some great art this weekend? Take a peek at these awesome events! Aaron Hoke Doenges Wade [Music for River and People] through April 29, 2018 John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge The Arts Company Come Full Circle | Daryl Thetford through April 26, 2018 The Arts Company Belmont University 29th Annual… Read more »

Weekend Arts Round-up: 4/13/18

Looking to get out and experience some great art this weekend? Take a peek at these awesome events! Aaron Hoke Doenges Wade [Music for River and People] through April 29, 2018 John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge The Arts Company Come Full Circle | Daryl Thetford through April 26, 2018 The Arts Company Nashville Ballet Family Day… Read more »

Weekend Arts Round-up: 4/6/18

Looking to get out and experience some great art this weekend? Take a peek at these awesome events! 5th Avenue of the Arts First Saturday Art Crawl | April 2018 April 7, 2018 5th Avenue of the Arts The Arts Company ART TALK with Daryl Thetford April 6, 2018 The Arts Company Channel To Channel… Read more »

Celebrating Creativity by Protecting It

We’re grateful to have the opportunity to write a monthly column for Nashville Arts Magazine. This month, in honor of World Intellectual Property day coming up, we’re talking all about copyright and the art of protecting the rights of works that affect us in our everyday life. Be sure to check out this month’s Arts & Business… Read more »

Ingram Arts Visionary Award to Honor Dr. Bob Fisher May 3rd at Schermerhorn Symphony Center

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 26, 2018) – Each year, the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville celebrates a Nashville resident for their inspiring leadership and patronage of the arts with its Martha Rivers Ingram Arts Visionary Award. This year, the deserving honoree is Dr. Bob Fisher, a long-time Nashville business leader and arts supporter. Fisher’s friends,… Read more »