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Jana Harper’s timely and unique “This Holding: Traces of Contact,” premieres May 29 at 8 p.m. across OZ Arts’ website and social platforms.
Leave it to Nashville Shakespeare Festival to turn a cheesy Tom Cruise film into an Elizabethan comedy to perform virtually during a global pandemic.
“We Count: First-Time Voters” is an online exhibition of five local artists now live at FristArtMuseum.org/WeCount.
A free, downloadable collection of recipes from local restaurants and chefs is proving Nashville’s culinary scene is more than hot chicken and biscuits.
On Tuesday, May 12, TPAC announced the nominees for the 2019-2020 Spotlight Awards. Awardees will be announced June 13.
Nashville Ballet will present a free version of “Emergence” May 15–17 on its YouTube channel.
Orchestra musician performances, conductor lectures, demonstrations, teaching tools, at-home activities and more.
Teaching the arts to non-traditional students in non-traditional ways.
Theaters are preparing the next generation to inherit an increasingly complex world, but that doesn’t come without its challenges.
PNC Bank prefaces community day of giving with $10,000 contribution to TPAC’s Forward! Recovery Fund.
Each episode will give a fascinating look into the life of a successful artist, and many of the guests may also treat viewers to a live performance.
Stay safe and enjoy theatre online!
Two of the museum’s most popular programs make their way to Instagram Live during the quarantine.
Looking for more ways to entertain and educate your kids during lockdown? Well, “Hakuna Matata,” because Disney Theatrical Productions has your back.
A new extension of the Ingram New Works Project is focused on developing local voices to inspire and enrich Nashville.
A total of 988 Middle Tennessee nonprofits from 34 counties will participate in The Big Payback on May 6-7.
Here is a list of all the TPAC programming that has been canceled, postponed, or rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tennessee’s largest dance company has committed to adapting its programs to a virtual setting as much as possible — from its School of Nashville Ballet to its company dancers.
A production that was held a couple of summers ago at the Centennial Park band shell can now be enjoyed from your home as Nashville Shakes presents a Facebook Live version Thursday, April 8 at 7 p.m.
From costume shops to nonprofits, organizations are stepping up by crafting and donating homemade protective masks — and now, so can you.