8/4: First Saturday Wedgewood Houston Art Crawl

It’s August 4, the first Saturday of the month, and you know what that means— First Saturday Art Crawl.

You know the drill: local galleries open their doors to the public to showcase world-renowned art from some of Nashville’s favorite local artists. From commercial galleries to artist-run collectives, this First Saturday Art Crawl is—like its predecessors—a unique experience to view diverse exhibitions across all genres of art.

As a part of August’s Art Crawl, galleries in the Wedgewood Houston area such as Zeitgeist, David Lusk Gallery, Channel To Channel, Coop and many others will be opening their doors at 6 p.m. to do what Nashville does best—enrich its community through art. Want to head down South? We’ve got you covered with Ground Floor Gallery, BW Gallery, and our personal favorite, Fort Houston.

Let’s face it: We can only sit through so many writer’s rounds. Why not break out of the routine and indulge in some visual art this Saturday? Admission is free to the public and who knows, you may just find your new favorite local artist.

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