New Dialect’s artistic director Banning Bouldin found new ways to express her emotions through choreography not long after she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Leslie Odom, Jr., Police drummer Stewart Copeland, Jennifer Nettles and Ben Folds among guest artists slated to perform with orchestra.
Hear the spirituals that are rooted in the soul of America and learn about the Jubilee Singers from Fisk University that brought them to the world.
An installation of fifty American flags — one from each state — suspended row after row. The exhibition invites consideration of the American flag as a symbol of national identity and ideals Mar. 13-June 28.
The dramatic works, which engage both mind and body, are inspired by historic messages that reveal the best and worst of humanity. The exhibition will be on view in the Frist’s Upper-Level Galleries from March 13 – June 28.
Stew and his band, The Negro Problem, use Baldwin’s work to examine our lingering civil rights woes through a rapturous mix of rock, jazz and soul for two performances at Oz Arts.
Turning doubt into security, strangers into friends, and stress into sweat on the Jackson Hall stage.
New exhibits include indoor orchid display, student art competition, and Japanese contemporary artist-in-residence Hiroshi Sato.