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December brings “Free Mondays” at the Frist with food donation

The Frist Center for the Visual Arts will offer free admission every Monday through December, 2014, to guests bringing non-perishable food items to donate to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee on Mondays through D...
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SCAD hosts first U.S. showing of “The Divine Comedy – Revisited”

Through a variety of media, the exhibition demonstrates how concepts visited in Dante's poem transcend Western traditions and resonate with diverse contemporary cultures, belief systems and political issues. Overall, the exhibi...
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Trahern Gallery to host “Third World America”

The Trahern Gallery, located on Austin Peay State University Campus, will be hosing a BFA show featuring “Third World America” from designer Stephanie Camfield.
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Silke Tyler to Host “Evening with the Artists”

Tyler has been a photographer and painter since 1986 with the purchase of her first 35mm camera and studying art in college. "Creative expression through visual art has always been part of me. In my paintings and photography...
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Parks & Recreation announces “Art on the Park” winners

The City of Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department has announced the winners of this year’s “Art on the Park” contest. The five finalists and grand prize winner will receive their framed artwork and the opportunity ...
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Vintage American wartime vehicles unleashed

Allan Cors, the museum’s chairman, is opening up his private collection of military vehicles to the public this Saturday and Sunday, October 4-5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Unable to personally serve himself, he intends to honor ...
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Nada Fuqua featured at DAC First Thursday Artwalk

Tennessee countrysides require a different palette from South Dakota. Nada looks for the unusual, something she perceives as special.
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