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DAC’s August Artwalk to host Juried Show

The Downtown Artists Co-op Gallery is hosting its third Regional Juried Art Exposition August 1 – 31. Artists from the middle Tennessee and Kentucky area have submitted works to be considered for the this exposition. Juro...
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‘Four Handed Composition’ on display at The Framemaker

The Framemaker will present "Four Hand Compositions" by artists Billy Renkl and Greg Sand as part of Clarksville's First Thursday Art Walk on December 5.
by News Staff
 

 

 

Frist Center turns spotlight on animation

This summer the Frist Center for the Visual Arts comes alive with the installation of Watch Me Move:The Animation Show,the most extensive exhibition ever mounted to present a wide range of animated imagery produced in the last...
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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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Springfield Inn Gallery to host art by Peggy Scoville Bonnington

Springfield Inn Gallery will host an opening reception for an art show featuring Peggy Scoville Bonnington’s work, new and retrospective. See the art and visit with the artist during a wine and cheese reception from 5-7 p...
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APSU to showcase antiquated photography process

The photographs in Frances Scully Osterman’s new exhibit, “Nature’s Second Course,” straddle the line between the macabre and the sensual. The images show people sleeping, but they were created using the antiquated wet-...
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DAC ArtWalk unveils June show and work by Beverly Parker

First Thursday Art Walk will be held June 5 from 5-8 p.m. at the DAC Gallery and the shops and galleries on Public Square, Strawberry Alley and Franklin Street.
by News Staff
 

 


 
 


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