Art

Things Fall Apart

Inside the controlled chaos of artist Amelia Briggs

This Woman’s Work

Artist Vadis Turner discusses homecoming and the work behind her new Frist show

No Excuses

Those Darlins’ Linwood Regensburg interviews his former bandmate Jessi Zazu ahead of her upcoming art exhibit in Wedgewood-Houston

Lost and Found

BASKETBALLS, HUBCAPS, LIQUOR BOTTLES, AND YOUR PRECONCEIVED NOTIONS ABOUT RACE ARE ALL FAIR GAME FOR ARTIST BRANDON DONAHUE

Artist Spotlight: Brian Wooden

BRIAN WOODEN IS A VISUAL ARTIST AND MUSICIAN FROM COLUMBUS, OHIO. HE DESCRIBES HIMSELF AS POLITELY CYNICAL, AND HE’S INTO THE COLOR PINK AT THE MOMENT. HE LIKES POETRY BUT THINKS IT'S BULLSHIT, AND HIS CURRENT SERIES DEALS WITH FRAGMENTATION AND LAYERS.

Sound and Vision

Record Store Day Cofounder Don VanCleave on southern life, the music industry, and his Rymer Gallery exhibit, Southernacana

Will Work for Laughs

An interview with Nate Bargatze, the Nashville comedian that Marc Maron and Jim Gaffigan think you should know about.

Against the Grain

Tyler Hildebrand’s art isn’t always pretty, but neither is the world he comes from

The Metamorphosis

Charcoal and graphite artist Stephen Watkins on speaking through silence

It’s a Tennessee Thang

Last year, Isabel Simpson-Kirsch made waves with her Lil B inspired fashion line. Now, she’s keeping it Based with Ten-A-Key, a collection influenced by hip-hop from her home state

A Harrowing History

Ashley Doggett’s talent has gained international attention, and now her hometown is taking notice

We Could be Heroes

After giving Nashville Musica and Athena Parthenos, sculptor Alan LeQuire is honoring Tennessee suffragists with his newest work, Tennessee Woman Suffrage Monument.

Art is a Place

Thaxton Abshalom Waters discusses the past, present, and future of art and life in North Nashville

Beyond Illness

LITERATURE SPOTLIGHT: Curb Center Expressive Writing Workshops

The Dance Is In The Details

As a teenager, Banning Bouldin left Nashville when she was unable to find anywhere to study the dance she loved. Now, with her company New Dialect, she's making Nashville a destination for contemporary dance.