Adrienne Outlaw, the wonderfully creative director of Nashville Cultural Arts Project and Seed Space, a non-profit exhibition and project initiative, invited me to Nashville last week to speak at the "Insight? Outta Site!" lecture series and to visit artists' studios. Funded by a Tennessee Arts Commission"s Arts Build Communities
grant, the conversation took place at Zeitgeist Fine Art, a good-sized gallery located in an architectural firm, and the studio visits took place all over the city.
In conclusion, I'm happy to report that there's more to see in Nashville than Al Gore and country music. Thanks to all the artists who shared their work and showed me around town, and special thanks to NYC artist Sharon Louden, who has been a visiting professor at Vanderbilt this semester. Louden is a dynamo who has a way of bringing people together, and without her enthusiasm, I may not have made it down to Nashville.
Sharon Butler in town as part of NCAP's Insight? Outta Site! forum
Insight? Outta Site! Lecture at Zeitgeist With Sharon Butler of Two Coats of Paint
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