On a Tuesday at Abbas Rugs, the early afternoon sunlight is beaming in, and the faint, earthy smell of the mung bean soup the staff had for lunch that day hangs in the air. Off to the side is a seating area made up of classic sofas, decorated with its own perfectly-placed rug and coffee […]
In every part of the world, across cultures and throughout history, textiles have been used to make and share art. It’s flexible and able to take the form of quilting, weaving, printmaking or sewing. The art form has been passed down through generations, and its purpose ranges from decorative to utilitarian to revolutionary. In this […]
Women appear in as few as 10 percent of the songs on country radio. How did we get here? And how have women found ways to fight back and find paths for themselves? Writer and journalist Marissa R. Moss unpacks these questions and more.
COOP Curatorial Collective is celebrating National Native American Heritage Month by bringing more context to Thanksgiving with an exhibit from Apsáalooke (Crow) photographer Adam Sings in the Timber called “Reclaim: Indigenizing Colonized Spaces.”
An original play about what it’s like to be a kid online is being performed in Nashville through Aug. 1. The director of the Theater Bug troupe says this show felt timely, because the pandemic made a generation who grew up online even more reliant on it.
Nashville artist Edwin Lockridge has been experiencing homelessness and other challenges, but is among the artists with the group Poverty and the Arts to see his work displayed on the city’s Avenue of the Arts.