The Elegance of Royal Fashion: Featuring the Gowns of Diana, Princess of Wales

The Elegance of Royal Fashion: Featuring the Gowns of Diana, Princess of Wales and Designs from The Pat Kerr Private Royal Collection Presented by Jeannette Heinz The highly anticipated exhibition, The Elegance of Royal Fashion, featuring Diana, Princess of Wales’ gowns from The Pat Kerr Private Royal Collection will open at noon

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he Lyrical Cowboy: Rhythms, Rhymes and Rodeos

The Lyrical Cowboy: Rhythms, Rhymes and Rodeos

The Lyrical Cowboy: Rhythms, Rhymes and Rodeos is a celebration of the American cowboy tradition and the music that made him both famous and infamous, as well as relevant today. With more than 40 paintings, sculpture and photographs from the Booth Western Art Museum paired with lyrics from traditional and

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The Artistic Evolution of Autumn de Forest

The Artistic Evolution of Autumn de Forest Exhibition

Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center is honored to welcome back painting prodigy, Autumn de Forest Autumn de Forest has been a professional artist for most of her life. Currently, in her teens, de Forest has achieved amazing accomplishments, including receiving an award from the Vatican. De Forest descends from a

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Sumner County Student Art Show MACC

45th Annual James B. Hawkins Sumner County Student Art Show – Sponsored by Nossi College of Art

The 45th Annual James B. Hawkins Sumner County Student Art Show is sponsored by Nossi College of Art and is open to all Sumner County middle and high school students. Each school will be allowed to enter up to 12 pieces of artwork in six categories: Drawing, Painting, 3D Sculpture, Digital Art, Photography, and

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Hattie Marshall-Duncan at the MACC

Exhibition: Hattie Marshall-Duncan – A Journey of Inspiration

Hattie Marshall-Duncan is the recipient of the 2019 Tennessee Governor’s Folklife Heritage Award. Join Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center for this inspiration showcase to view more than 30 of her wildly imaginative sculptures. Self-taught, Duncan turns clay and found objects into highly distinctive masterworks. See how her art is a

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Peter Max A Cosmic Christmas

Peter Max: A Cosmic Christmas

EXTENDED BY POPULAR DEMAND TO JANUARY 31, 2021 We are pleased to present the exhibition “Peter Max: A Cosmic Christmas,” which showcases the vibrant art of iconic artist Peter Max, who made a lasting mark in the history of art and whose work continues to delight audiences of all ages

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The Art of Jairo Prado

BETWEEN TWO WORLDS: THE ART OF JAIRO PRADO

Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center presents Between Two Worlds: The Art of Jairo Prado, opening September 19 through November 1, 2020. With a prolific career of more than 50 years, Jairo Prado is widely regarded as one of Middle Tennessee’s premier Latin-American contemporary artists. His significant public contributions to the

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Women's Right to Vote Exhibition

Rightfully Hers – National Archives “Pop Up” Exhibit

A popup exhibition from the National Archives that commemorates the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment will open at the Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center on August 26. The exhibition, titled Rightfully Hers, explores the history of the ratification of the 19th Amendment. The show will include

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Plein Air Watercolor Painting Workshop

A Plein Air Feast

A Plein Air Feast featuring The Bugg Hollow Plein Airs. 9 local artists paint historic Monthaven! Spend a beautiful Father's Day among some of our finest local Plein air painters! Over 60 pieces of stunning art will be for sale in the MACC galleries. Meet local artists: Joell Knapp Peach

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Vietnam: Then and Now

VIETNAM: 2 SOLDIERS, 2 ARTISTS, 2 JOURNEYS THEN & NOW

From helicopters to watercolors and canvas VIETNAM: 2 SOLDIERS, 2 ARTISTS, 2 JOURNEYS THEN AND NOW is the story of two brave soldiers who battled their way into the world of art. Trading the tools of war for the tools of the trade. Their long journey from the 1960s to

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