Monday, September 27, 2010

Call for photography - SNAP Digital Slideshow at GLOW

Digital photo slideshow at Untitled's annual GLOW SHOW

Organized by SNAP Nashville

- Digital image no larger than 1024 x 768, including a including a BLACK "frame".
Artist name and title should be in a white Verdana typeface in the
bottom border. Maximum of 10 images per artist.
Send images to:
- $1 per image (goes to Untitled.)
Send $ & name to:
202 S. 17th Street
Nashville, TN, 37206

October Guest Speaker at Wm. Cty. Library

Connie Lasiter to speak about “The Arts: An Economic Engine for Greater Nashville” at Williamson County Public Library, October 8

FRANKLIN, Tenn., September 22, 2010 --The Arts Council of Williamson County’s ‘Brown Bag Lunch Bunch’ has guest speaker, Connie Valentine, is planned for their October meeting. Valentine’s topic will be “The Arts: An Economic Engine for Greater Nashville”. The Lunch Bunch will meet on Friday, October 8, from 11 am – 1 pm at the Williamson County Public Library (main conference room), 1314 Columbia Pike in Franklin.

Connie Valentine has served as President & CEO of the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville since 2008. During her short tenure with the Arts & Business Council, a new organization in Nashville developed to drive collaborations between Arts, Business & Community, she has launched initiatives ranging from the first “Music City Corporate Band Challenge,” “Arts Build Community,” “ArtWorks,” and the “Bowtie Awards,” recognizing business support for the arts.

Prior to moving to Nashville she served as Executive Director of the Florida Philharmonic, the largest performing arts organization in Florida. For seven years she was Executive Director of the Greater Akron Musical Association, encompassing the Akron Symphony Orchestra, the Akron Youth Symphony, the Akron Symphony Chorus, and Akron Symphony Gospel Choir. She also has held the position of Executive Director with the Midland-Odessa Symphony & Chorale. She began her career as one of seven individuals selected nationally to participate in the prestigious League of American Orchestra’s Management Fellowship program, during which time she worked with the Boston, Hartford, and Oregon Symphony Orchestras.

She moved to Nashville to be married and assumed the position of Executive Director of the Nashville Chamber Orchestra until she was named to her current position. Throughout her orchestra career, she has worked with artists and communities to use music as a means of inclusion and building bridges. She has also been executive producer of several albums. During her orchestra work, Connie continued to hold national leadership roles in the League of American Orchestra’s manager associations, and has been a speaker/presenter at the local and national level. She holds a B.S. in Business Administration and a minor in music.

Connie is currently an active member of the Nashville Downtown Rotary and Nashville CABLE, for which she chaired the inaugural Diversity & Inclusion Luncheon. She is a member of the Mayor’s Nashville Music Business Council Executive Committee and a co-founder of the
Nashville Downtown Arts Partners. An alumna of Leadership Music and Leadership Middle Tennessee, for which she served as class president, she is in the 2010 Leadership Nashville class and currently serves on the Board of Leadership Middle Tennessee.

Grab your lunch and join the Art’s Council for a lunchtime of artistic fun and camaraderie. Guests are invited to bring a piece of their own artwork to share with the group. The Arts Council’s ‘Brown Bag Lunch Bunch’ meets 2nd Friday of most months. Open to the public and no charge to attend. For more information, visit, or call 428-3845.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Insight? Outta Site! brings Art Papers Editor-in-Chief Sylvie Fortin to Nashville: Sat, Oct. 2 @ 5pm

Nashville Cultural Arts Project welcomes Art Papers Editor-in-Chief
Sylvie Fortin Saturday, October 2nd, 5 - 6:30 pm., for the
Insight? Outta Site! lecture series.

Please join us at the Neuhoff Building in Germantown for the second participatory potluck forum designed to ignite creativity and thoughtful discussion about contemporary art and social engagement.

While Fortin will be discussing her ideas about art and writing, she's not here to give a traditional talk -- rather she wants to directly engage with you and answer your questions on the subject. Please bring a dish/snack/question/thought to share!

Insight? Outta Site! takes place in the Neuhoff building, located at 1315 Adams Street, 37208.
The forum is free, but seating is limited, so please RSVP to by September 30.

Note: Drinks and snacks at 5pm. Talk 5:30 - 6:30

Sylvie FortinArt Papers Editor-in-Chief Sylvie Fortin is an independent curator, art historian, critic and editor who has worked internationally since 1991. She was Curator of Contemporary Art at the Ottawa Art Gallery (Ottawa, Ontario, 1996-2001), Program Coordinator at la chambre blanche (Quebec City, Quebec, 1991ö1994), and a long-term collaborator with OBORO (Montreal, Quebec, 1994ö2001). Her critical essays have been published in Canadian, American and European catalogues, and her reviews have appeared in many periodicals including Art Press, C Magazine, Espace, Fuse (of which she is a contributing editor), NKA: Journal of Contemporary African Art and Parachute.

Fortin studied Art History at the University of Toronto, Université Laval, and Duke University. She has received numerous significant grants and awards as a critic and curator, as well as for her academic research. In 2007 Fortin was named a Lexus Leader of the Arts.
Playing on the success of NCAP's Outta Site! series, which brought internationally prominent artists, architects, and urban planners to Nashville, Insight? Outta Site! redefines the traditional lecture model. Rather than bring in speakers to simply give a speech and leave, Insight? Outta Site! facilitates interaction between invited speakers and the local community. Our previous talk was with Kevin McGarry.

Fortin's lecture is co-sponsored by Lipscomb University and Tennessee State University
Departments of Art.

CALL FOR WORKS: Trevecca's 1st mail art show. Deadline OCT1, 2010

CALL FOR WORKS: Trevecca's 1st mail art show

"We Art with Thee:
Visuals for Devotion
(Mail Art Show)"

Sponsored by the Center for Worship Arts

All members of the Trevecca Community around the world are invited submit artwork!

The artwork, submitted via US Mail in the form of mail art postcards, will be exhibited during Trevecca's Celebration of the Arts, October 5-7, 2010.

What is a mail art show?—Any techniques or media are welcome, from hand-made to digital creations, in the form of mailable art. Any embellished, decorated, or designed piece of artwork that can be mailed will be accepted. Consider creating with a public, worshipful attitude, and purpose. Creating a piece of visual art can be an act of worship; it is an opportunity for conversation and therapy with oneself, God, and others.

Mail art examples:

Professional artists & amateurs are invited to submit (a great opportunity to display your work at a community art show!). Postcards (4x6" or 5x7") are the most traditional/ well-accepted forms of mail art, but larger or 3-dimensional pieces are also encouraged (although they must remain lightweight).

All entries must be received by Friday, Oct. 1

Address for sending via campus mail:

Center for Worship Arts – McClurkan Building

Address for sending via US Postal Service:

Center for Worship Arts
Trevecca Nazarene University
333 Murfreesboro Rd.
Nashville, TN 37210

E-mail your questions about the Mail Art Show to

Monday, September 20, 2010

Call for Artists: "Express Yourself" Kentucky Art Speaks

"Express Yourself" All Mediums Art Show, January 14, 2011:

Accepting entries of all mediums and visual styles of art, including photography.

Exhibit Dates: 01/14-02/25.

Submission deadline: November 10, 2010.

For more information go to or send an email to

Kentucky Art Speaks/ K.A.S. Gallery

Bee Creative, Bee Happy with Encaustics

Bee Creative, Bee Happy with Encaustics
Come see what all the BUZZ is about!!
Indulge your CREATIVE side!
Beginners welcome! You will learn how LUSCIOUS and VERSATILE the world of
encaustics is and BEE introduced to the more advanced techniques including
shellac, collage and PHOTO and drawing transfer. Painting with beeswax is
fun and easy! Students will prepare their own surface and learn how to make
their own medium and paint. Two finished paintings will be completed in this
class as well as several small paintings.
Supplies: Students will provide their own panels on Sunday. Panels can be
bought on site! All other supplies will be provided. Supply fee is
Saturday, October 9, 2010
10:00 - 4:30 pm
Sunday, October 10, 2010
12:15 - 4:15pm
Plaza Artist Materials
633 Middleton Street
Nashville, TN 37203
Cost: $175.00
Contact Judy Klich via email to register!


> The Tennessee Arts Commission is pleased to announce that it will
> offer three statewide workshops to professional individual Tennessee
> artists who are interested in utilizing social media networks to
> advance their career by learning online creativity and marketing
> strategies. Topics of discussion include: networking, benefit-driven
> content, building relationships vs. making sales, understanding
> online goals and audiences, measuring and evaluating success, and
> balancing personal and professional profiles. Each workshop will be
> lead by Jacob Weiss a Nashville producer, artist and social media
> consultant who is also the Founder/Director of High-Wired
> Communities and Playing By Air Productions. These free workshops are
> offered to professional individual Tennessee artists with some
> working knowledge of social media networks and will NOT cover any
> technical aspects of beginning these processes but instead focus on
> content-driven strategies. Attendees may bring laptops to workshops
> however they are not considered necessary.
> The workshops will be presented on the following dates, times and
> venues:
> Tuesday, October 26, 2010 - Knoxville
> Time: 11:00 am - 1 pm
> Place: Knoxville Museum of Art
> 1050 Worlds Fair Park Drive
> Knoxville, TN 37916
> Thursday, October 28, 2010 - Nashville
> Time: 11:00 am - 1 pm
> Place: WO Smith School
> 1125 8th Avenue South
> Nashville, TN 37203
> Thursday, November 4, 2010 - Memphis
> Time: 11:00 am - 1 pm
> Place: Clark Opera Memphis Center
> 6745 Wolf River Parkway
> Memphis, TN 38120
> If you are a professional Tennessee artist planning on attending one
> of the workshops, please RSVP via email to the proper TAC staff
> person below with the following information: your name, physical
> address, email address, and artistic discipline.
> If attending the Knoxville workshop, RSVP to:
> If attending the Nashville workshop, RSVP to:
> If attending the Memphis workshop, RSVP to:
> NOTE: RSVPs are for estimated attendance numbers only and will not
> be responded to with a confirmation.
> Please help us in getting the word out and forward this eBLAST and
> RSVP information onto any professional Tennessee artists you may know!

FIBER AND COLOR FROM FIELD AND FOREST - Sustainable craft workshop to be held at Bells Bend Neighborhood Farm in October

Sustainable craft workshop to be held at Bells Bend Neighborhood Farm in October

Nashville, TN - September 20, 2010

Fiber artists, farmers, and all interested in sustainable craft are
invited to participate in a workshop on kudzu fiber and indigo dye
processing, to be held October 9 - 10, 2010, at Sulphur Creek Farm in
Bells Bend, from 9 am until 5 pm each day. Participants will turn
kudzu vines into fiber suitable for sewing and weaving, harvest indigo
plants on-site and process them into blue pigment for use as dye and
paint, and create a wall hanging incorporating kudzu fiber and indigo
dye. Artisan Natural Dyeworks (formerly ASK Apparel) have teamed up
with Philadelphia-based BLUEREDYELLOW to run a two-day workshop at
Sulphur Creek Farm, where the Bellos sisters of Artisan Natural
Dyeworks grow many of the plants used in their dyehouse operations.

Indigo is perhaps best known for its starring role in coloring blue
denim. Most of the indigo in use today is synthetic; prior to the
advent of synthetic dyes, however, plant-derived indigo was highly
valued as one of the few sources of permanent blue from the natural
world. Artisan Natural Dyeworks, which uses only natural indigo in
their dyework, has received a Sustainable Agriculture Research and
Education (SARE) grant to investigate best practices for cultivating
and processing indigo-containing plants. They hope to apply the
results of this research as they establish a cooperative of dyeplant
growers in the Southeast. During the October workshop, participants
will be able to see the four different indigo-pigment producing
varieties grown at Sulphur Creek as part of the research grant -- two
tropical Indigoferas, the primary commercial genus of historical
trade; Polygonum tinctorum, also known as Dyer’s Knotweed,
historically cultivated in Japan and particularly well-suited for
Tennessee’s temperate climate; and Isatis tinctoria, or woad, the
historic source for blue dye in Europe. (Fans of Braveheart, take
note: though woad has been used since Neolithic times, the jury is
still out on whether it was ever used as a facepaint.) The process of
extracting color from indigo-containing plants, then getting that
color onto cloth, is a complex, multi-step operation. The two-day
workshop will provide a great introduction to the chemistry, lore and
unpredictable magic of indigo!

Kudzu, though reviled in the American South as an agricultural pest
and a fast-growing scourge of highways, actually has a long tradition
of use as medicine, food, and fiber. In Japan, kudzu roots, leaves,
shoots, and flowers are used to prepare a wide range of edible
delicacies, and kudzu powder and root are used to treat a variety of
blood and intestinal disorders. Kudzu cloth, woven from the long bast
fibers present in the vines, is known for its remarkable durability --
a garment can last several generations. Its initial stiffness
eventually mellows and softens with age, a quality that has given rise
to a proverb stating that the first generation wears a kudzu-cloth
garment as a jacket, the second generation the same garment as a
shirt, and the third as an undergarment.

Workshop participants will engage in a demonstration of kudzu-fiber
processing, have the opportunity to harvest and process the several
species of indigo-producing plants grown by the Bellos sisters at
their Sulphur Creek Farms dye plot, learn the process of setting up a
fresh-leaf indigo vat, and dye their hand-processed kudzu fiber in a
fresh indigo vat constructed over the course of the workshop. The
workshop will culminate in a lecture on Sunday, October 10th at 4:30
p.m. The lecture is free and open to the public, and will provide an
overview on indigo cultivation, processing and dyework from a
contemporary and historical perspective. There is a $30 fee for the
two-day workshop, and space is limited, so participants are urged to
sign up early by visiting the workshop information page at

Artisan Natural Dyeworks is an artisanal dyehouse based in Nashville,
Tennessee, specializing in the use of all-natural plant- and
earth-based dyes to dye garments, piece goods and production yardage.
Co-founded by sisters Sarah and Alesandra Bellos, Artisan Natural
Dyeworks grows and gathers its own dye materials, works with farmers
to cultivate natural dye plants on a larger scale, and designs and
uses minimal-waste systems to create distinctive colors for textiles.
BLUEREDYELLOW produces locally-made clothing in the Philadelphia area,
using home-grown natural dyes and organic cotton garments sewn by
local textile manufacturers. BLUEREDYELLOW co-founder Elissa Meyers
explored her interest in natural dyes as an intern with ASK Apparel
(Artisan Natural Dyework’s previous incarnation) during the summer of
2009, and, together with workshop co-leader Kiki Brown, studied kudzu
processing across the southeast. Workshop host Sulphur Creek Farms,
one of several Bells Bend Neighborhood Farms, is a fifty-acre parcel
with a vibrant Community Supported Agriculture program and a strong
focus on connecting urban Nashville with its rural and agricultural
heritage and future. With several thousand acres of rich, fertile
soil only fifteen minutes from downtown Nashville, the
Scottsboro/Bells Bend area could potentially provide Nashville with a
large percentage of its food (and perhaps even its dyes and fibers),
grown locally and sustainably.


For more information, please contact or
615.306.3154. Please note that workshop coordinators Sarah and
Alesandra Bellos will be out of town and unavailable for comment from
September 22 until October 3.

Public Art 101 Series Three Webinars, Fall 2010

Attention Artists! New to public art?
Going after your first project?
Learn the basics of public art commissions!

Metro Nashville Arts Commission in partnership with
Americans for the Arts presents

Public Art 101 Series
Three Webinars, Fall 2010
at the Downtown Public Library

FREE and open to the public, each webinar will have a reading list and reference material resources. For content detail and artist bios go to:

Webinar I: – Making the Transition from Studio Artist to Public Artist
September 29, 2010, 1:00-2:30 PM CDT

Webinar II: – Getting Started
October 13, 2010, 1:00-2:30 PM CDT

Webinar III: – Developing the Design; Working with Materials and Budgets
November 3, 2010, 1:00-2:30 PM CDT

Steven Huss, Cultural Arts Manager, City of Oakland
Barbara Goldstein, Director of Public Art, City of San Jose
Mary Rubin, Senior Project Manager, City of San Jose
Lynn Rogers, Senior Program Officer, City of San Jose
Artists: (bios below)
Brian Laczko
Sam Rodriguez
Amy Trachtenberg

RSVP to Metro Nashville Arts Commission, or (615) 862-6721.

Monday, September 13, 2010

Fall Open Studio w/ Alan LeQuire, Sept-Nov.

Open Studio with Alan LeQuire
Fall 2010

September 14th - November 23rd

Open Studio focuses on sculpting, but students are welcome to paint or draw.
A model changes poses every third week.

Alan will provide clay for those sculpting.
Students who choose to paint or draw should bring their own supplies.

Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced students are welcome.

Tuesdays, 5:30-8:30pm
No Registration.

Sessions held at LeQuire Studio
4304 Charlotte Avenue
Nashville, TN

Parking is available on the right side of the building.

For more information:
(615) 298-4611

Call for artists: Day of the Dead 2010 - Plowhaus

Announcing the Plowhaus Day of the Dead 2010, the continuation of an
East Nashville tradition.
In conjunction with Talula Gallery, a new art gallery and handmade
goods shop, opening soon in East Nashville's Five Points area.

Location: 114B South 11th Street (in the same house as Pied Piper
Creamery, next to Beyond the Edge) This location benefits from lots of
walking and street traffic and inclusion in the monthly East Nashville
Art Crawl.

You are invited to participate in this special event. Details:

1. Each participant will pay a $20 exhibitor fee.

2. Work can be for store or for gallery/wall display.

3. 10% commission will be charged on any sales.

4. Deadline for submission is Thursday, October 7th. Fee is due at
drop off.

5. Show will run from Saturday, October 9th through Monday, November

6. Show Party occurs on Saturday, October 23rd, during monthly East
Nashville Art Crawl.

If you would like to participate, Please respond to this Email, John

Call for Nashville artists - Florida

TEMPUS PROJECTS is a artist-run project space dedicated to bringing a variety of
artists to the Seminole Heights neighborhood of Tampa, Florida. TEMPUS serves
as a conduit in the art community, nurturing both established and emerging local,
national and international artists via exhibitions and events.

TEMPUS PROJECTS promotes artists working in all media and organizes
exhibitions that engage the local community through the visual arts. We are located
at 5132 Florida Ave. Tampa, FL 33603 in South Seminole Heights. We are tucked
behind the main commercial building in a large converted garage.

TEMPUS PROJECTS Calling (615) is a multi- media juried art exhibition of features artists from Nashville, Tennessee due to open on the weekend of November 12, 2010 (Friday/Saturday pending) from 7 PM to 10 PM at TEMPUS PROJECTS in Tampa, Florida.

ELIGIBILITY - The call for submissions is open to all artists, working in any media. All forms of painting,
drawing, sculpture, photography, printmaking, performance, video, film, audio and digital/graphic art are
eligible for review. Artists must reside in Nashville, Tennessee.
Via US Mail - All images should be submitted digitally on a CD or DVD in JPEG or TIFF format.
Submissions should be sent through the post with a submission form. (The entry fee should be sent via
paypal to to:
TEMPUS PROJECTS c/o Tracy Midulla Reller
210 W. North Bay Street Tampa, FL 33603
The postmark deadline for submissions and fees is: Friday October 8, 2010.
Email Submissions - All images should be submitted digitally in JPEG or TIFF format to with a submission form. Entry fees should be sent via Pay Pal to the same email address. To ensure that your submission is sorted properly and reviewed please included “CALLING 615 / your name" in the subject line of the email. The digital submission deadline for images and submissions fees is: Friday October 15, 2010 5:00 PM.
NOTIFICATION - Artists will be notified of acceptance or decline no later than Friday October 22, 2010.
Notification will be made via e-mail. Accepted works must be received by Friday November 5, 2010.
Accepted artists will be contacted with details for art work delivery.
COMMISSION - There will be a 20% commission on any sales made during this exhibition or from the TEMPUS PROJECTS website.
ENTRY FEE - There is non-refundable $12 entry fee for three digital image files; $5 for each additional file.
Submit as many works as you wish. Send your submission fee via pay-pal to

***Please contact us at the email address above if you don’t have a paypal account and can not acquire one, for other payment options.***

For more information on this open call for submissions, contact Tracy Midulla Reller @

For a submission form please visit See Call for Submissions.

Monday, September 6, 2010

Dr Sketchy's Sideshow Session featuring Side Show Bennie & Anna Fiametta 9-19-10

Step Right Up! Step Right Up and feast your eyes on Dr Sketchy's Sideshow Session featuring SideShow Bennie & his sideshow sweetheart Anna Fiametta! What better way to end the week of the TN State Fair than by bringing a little sideshow to Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School!!!! Besides, we couldn't fit the ferris wheel in The 5 Spot!!
They promise to hypnotize you, mesmerize you, and make you feel very, very uncomfortable! After all... isn't that what the sideshow is for. You will get three hours to sketch Side Show Bennie & Anna Fiametta as they pose for you while performing some of their signature side show acts! There may even be opportunities for some very, very brave art monkeys to participate in some very freakish side show activities!
There will be popcorn, cotton candy, a miniature horse, a two headed baby, a snake lady, a bearded lady, contests, drawing, prizes, drinking, music, games and more!
Come on down to the sideshow... we don't bite.. or do we!!!
Dr Sketchy's Sideshow Session
featuring Side Show Bennie & Anna Fiametta
Sunday Sept 19th
The 5 Spot
1006 Forrest Ave

Fontanel Fall Festival: Deadline: Sept 10, 2010

This October The Fontanel Mansion & Farm will host the inaugural Fontanel Fall
Festival. This free community event will feature a pumpkin patch, activities for the
whole family and a variety of local vendors.

Although we have some already, we are looking
for a few more special local vendors and craftspeople
to participate in the festivities.

If you are interested in being a vendor or want more
information, please contact Krista Marie Oswald at by Friday, September

Thanks for your time and we look forward to
celebrating the season with you.
We hope to see you there!

We are asking for 15% of your sales to participate in the Festival. 100% of this money
will go towards the marketing and promitoin fund for Web, Print ads, Radio spots &
other social media advertising to help attract more customers to the event.
This year’s festival will run the first three weekends
of the month of October as well as Saturday,
October 23 from 10am - 5pm.

Volunteer for The Birth of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d'Orsay!

Volunteer for The Birth of Impressionism:
Masterpieces from the Musée d'Orsay!

The Frist Center is seeking the support of volunteers from across the Nashville community to support our upcoming exhibition, The Birth of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d'Orsay, opening October 15. This extraordinary exhibition includes 100 masterpieces of mid-to-late 19th-century French painting from the Musée d’Orsay, a museum in Paris dedicated to the art of the early modern period. The exhibition provides a broad context for understanding the roots of Modernism by combining seminal works by innovators such as Courbet, Manet, Cézanne, Monet, and Renoir; Salon painters such as Bouguereau; and artists who moved easily between convention and innovation such as Degas, Fantin-Latour, and Whistler.
If you have ever considered volunteering at the Frist, now is the time. Perks include:
  • The opportunity to earn a year's membership through service
  • Short-term volunteer opportunities
  • Special benefits just for volunteers
It is easy to get involved! Visit the Frist Center’s volunteer webpage for details and an application.
Hurry, the last training of the year is October 2, 2010!

For more information, feel free to contact Samantha Andrews, Volunteer Services Manager at

“Starving” to Successful Workshops in Memphis, Knoxville, Nashville

“Starving” to Successful Workshop

Contact Jason Horejs or Ashley Sinclair at 480.368.9929 or via email at to inquire on how this workshop might apply to your career. This intensive one-day workshop lasts four hours and costs $59. Workshop materials are included and refreshments are provided.

Wed. 09/22/2010 Memphis, TN

Holiday Inn Select Downtown

160 Union Avenue

Memphis, TN 38103

5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Thu. 09/023/2010 Knoxville, TN

Holiday Inn Knoxville West

304 Cedar Bluff

Knoxville, TN 37923

5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Sat. 09/25/2010 Nashville, TN

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Nashville/Opryland

2461 McGavock Pike

Nashville, TN 37214

9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Call to Artists: Collaboration show

Calling artists interested in being involved in a show dedication to
collaborations. Each artist will be paired up and will be required to
create a minimum of one piece for the show (feel free to make more if
you want!) You can also sign up as a pair or I will be pairing the
artists together. The idea for the show is to showcase new and
interesting work within our community. Each accepted artist will need
to pay an entry fee of $25. This will allow a budget for venue, wine,
advertising etc. This will be a high quality show with what Im sure
will have amazing work!
Please send examples of recent work via jpgs, website link, facebook
Tentative date for the show is December 4th to coincide with the
downtown art crawl.

Please feel free to send me any questions you may have!

REGIONAL Call to Artists - Goodlettsville Branch Library

REGIONAL Call to Artists - Request for Qualifications
Nashville, TN

Submission Deadline: Friday, October 1, 2010, 3 p.m. Central Daylight Time
Two Project Budgets: $30,000 and $20,000

Metro Nashville Arts Commission (MNAC) seeks proposals from interested artists to design and fabricate (1) a suspended artwork above an information desk and (2) an outdoor pathway for the new Goodlettsville Branch Library.

The complete call to artists / RFQ including a location map and other related images, is available on MNAC's website at