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The Nashville Flood: Ten Years Later at The Frist Museum, Now through May 17, 2020.

On Saturday, May 1, and Sunday, May 2, 2010, a record-breaking rainfall of over thirteen inches caused major flooding throughout Middle Tennessee. The Cumberland River crested almost twelve feet above flood stage, and smaller waterways such as Browns Creek, M...

Introducing Edwin Lockridge of POVA!

We love Poverty & The Arts Features. This is Edwin. “Edwin Lockridge joined the POVA Artist Collective in May 2019. When asked what he enjoys most about art-making, Edwin highlights the act of creation itself saying, “Creating, creating! It pl...

Eric Carle’s Picture Books: Celebrating 50 Years of “The Very Hungry Caterpillar”

NOW Through February 23, 2020 at Frist Art Museum. Eric Carle (b. 1929) is one of the most accla...

Daniel from Poverty & The Arts

We love the Poverty & The Arts Features. This is Daniel: “POVA opens up new opportun...

Meet Gwendolyn from Poverty and The Arts!

We love Poverty & The Arts Features. This is Gwendolyn: “”With the income, I make t...

Murals of North Nashville at Frist Art Museum!

With Nashville’s rapid growth in recent years, a vibrant street art scene has emerged. New murals...

Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists opens September 27th at Frist Museum!

This is the first major museum exhibition exclusively devoted to Native women artists from all over...

YOU CAN HELP! Volunteer to Help Poverty & The Arts Here in Nashville.

Volunteer Opportunities We’re always looking at ways we can give back to our community. Po...

Frist Art Museum Lecture: “I didn’t know I was a Surrealist”: Frida Kahlo and Women Surrealists in Mexico presented by Lynda Klich This Thursday!

The Following from The Frist Art Museum: Lecture: “I didn’t know I was a Surrealist”: Frid...