A Celebration of Black History Echoes of Conversations is a tribute to black Americans in art, literature, and poetry featuring the art of celebrated Nashville artist, Michael J. McBride. This sensational exhibition includes a compelling collection of Mr. McBride’s art showcasing masterful techniques in application while telling a story that
The artistic coming-of-age of painter Tim Yanke is, like many coming-of-age stories, a tale of fits and starts and fertile spurts, interspersed, naturally, with periods of unintentional paralysis. But, Yanke’s determination, discipline and resilience, accompanied by a powerful voice of encouragement, the shadow of personal tragedies, and cherished memories of
Although known primarily as a country music star, Marty Stuart has been taking photographs of the people and places surrounding him since he first went on tour as a young boy. Guitars & Cadillacs features photographs of his encounters with music legends to everyday folks Stuart encountered on the road.
In the heart of Middle Tennessee lies a beautiful county with lush landscapes, farmland, wildlife, and world-renowned artists! Yes, Sumner County is home to some of the world’s most recognized names in music and art and Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center is proud to highlight two of these artists and
American Veterans Art Show “I Didn’t Know How to Tell You” Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center, in collaboration with CreatiVets, is proud to host the American Veterans Art Show, “I Didn’t Know How to Tell You”. I Didn’t Know How to Tell You showcases the art of American Combat Veterans
Alexandre Renoir, great-grandson of master impressionist artist Pierre Auguste Renoir, to visit Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center and share his art and personal style. The day will be filled with a myriad of activities, including art, music and refreshments, all sponsored by the Park West Foundation.The exhibition runs April 22
Join us for By the Fire: Heart. Home. Heritage. A Celebration of Black History Month, February 10 through March 17, 2018! This exhibition will feature beautiful, inspiring works of art by artists Helen LaFrance, Henry Jones, and more. Explore the rich heritage, culture, and amazing contributions of African Americans throughout our history.
Come and join us for the opening of our next exhibition, Pray to Love, and meet artist Anne Goetze! This show will feature two artists who explore faith and spiritual journeys through a series of breathtaking paintings and sculpture. Opening reception – November 11, 2017, 6pm – 9pm Special music performance