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  • River Arts Council

    Goals : Continue to build the Riverbluff Music Festival into a nationally recognized event. Increase participation in the annual Art Show and add an art show specifically for students. Present and promote musical, dramatic, literary, folk, and fine art throughout the ...

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  • H.R.Lovell Gallery

    H.R. Lovell is one of Tennessee's best kept secrets. Lovell's choice of subject and obvious love of painting have earned him top recognition by officially being titled "Tennessee's Artist in Residence" 2001-2003 by the State Senate's majority vote. Born and raised in Cheatha...

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  • Renaissance Center

    History:It is surprising to know that although The Renaissance Center opened its doors in 1999, the story behind its existence began over 50 years earlier when the City of Dickson sent out a call for a medical doctor to serve the health care needs of the community.Answering ...

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  • Franklin-Simpson Community Arts Council

    Our Mission The mission of the Franklin-Simpson Community Arts Council is to produce and promote visual and performing arts for the entertainment, enrichment and education of the residents of Franklin and Simpson County. The Arts Council strives to provide and encourage the...

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  • Hendersonville Arts Council

    About Us:This Hendersonville Arts Council is a non-profit community arts organization, therefore it relies heavily on community, partnership, and volunteer support. All donations are greatly appreciated, big and small, every bit goes a long way in furthering the arts in Hend...

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  • The Hermitage Museum

    Mission : The mission of the Ladies' Hermitage Association is to preserve the home place of Andrew Jackson, to create learning opportunities, and to inspire citizenship through experiencing the life and unique impact of Jackson. ...

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  • Pennyroyal Area Museum

    The Pennyroyal Area Museum is owned and funded by the City of Hopkinsville and was established to perpetuate the heritage of Southwestern Kentucky's rich history. In 1974, the City of Hopkinsville acquired the old Post Office Building from the U. S. Government for use as an ...

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  • Tennessee Art Center

    History:Tennessee Art Center Madison is located on Gallatin Road in the heart of historical Madison Station in the building that was originally home to the Madison Movie Theater. Built in 1936, the Madison Theater served as a north Nashville landmark until it closed in the 1...

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  • Adventure Science Center

    Established in 1944, the Children’s Museum of Nashville resided on 2nd Avenue South in downtown Nashville. World War II was coming to an end and the nation was beginning to look to the future. Sgt. John Ripley Forbes’ vision for Nashville’s future was focus...

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  • Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum

    Mission The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is operated by the non-profit, educational Country Music Foundation (CMF). The mission of the CMF is to identify and preserve the evolving history and traditions of country music and to educate its audiences. Functioning as a...

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  • Tennessee Art League

    Our Mission: The Tennessee Art League was organized in 1954 as a nonprofit organization in the State of Tennessee. The primary mission of the TAL is to assist local visual artists by providing gallery space, workshops, and educational programs. In addition, the League endeav...

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  • Tennessee State Museum

    Mission Statement: "The mission of the Tennessee State Museum is to procure, preserve, exhibit, and interpret objects which relate to the social, political, economic, and cultural history of Tennessee and Tennesseans, and to provide exhibitions and programs for the educatio...

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  • The Village Cultural Arts Center

    The Village Cultural Arts Center, Inc is a service based organization that uses the arts as a tool to preserve and perpetuate the art forms of the African Diaspora, in an environment conducive to empowerment, positive behavior, and creativity in the community....

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  • Cheekwood Botanical Garden And Museum Of Art

    History: The history and origin of Cheekwood are intimately interwoven with the growth of Nashville, the Maxwell House coffee brand and the Cheeks, one of the city's early entrepreneurial families. Christopher T. Cheek moved to Nashville in the 1880's and founded a wholes...

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  • Travellers Rest Plantation and Museum

    For over fifty years, Historic Travellers Rest Plantation has been an integral part in the Nashville and middle Tennessee museum community.  Saved from demolition in 1954 by the Tennessee Society of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America, the historic house, ...

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  • Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission

    The Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission is a department of the Metro Nashville Government. Metro Arts exists to provide leadership that stimulates and advances the arts to enrich the human experience for the community....

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  • Tennessee Performing Arts Center

    TPAC Mission Statement To lead with excellence in the performing arts and arts education, creating meaningful and relevant experiences to enrich lives, strengthen communities, and support economic vitality.                   &nbs...

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  • Historic Collinsville

    Historic Collinsville is a living history museum featuring authentically restored log houses and outbuildings dating from 1830 to 1870. The settlement takes visitors from the earliest "first home" to the expansive big house on the hill with separate kitchen, living and sleep...

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  • Spring Hills Arts Center

    The Spring Hill Arts Center is casting all roles for their winter production of Andrew Lloyd Webbers Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Auditions for ages 12 to adult will be held at IndependenceHigh School at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 21. Auditionees shoul...

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  • Ryman Auditorium

    About Us: In the 1880s, when prominent businessman and steamboat captain Thomas G. Ryman found salvation in the words of fiery evangelist Reverend Sam Jones, he vowed to build a great tabernacle that would project Rev. Jones's voice clearly and powerfully for all to hear. De...

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  • Edgehill Studios Cafe

    Edgehill Studios Cafe, just off Nashville's Music Row at Edgehill and Villa, wants to be a part of your daily routine. Get your day started with a cup of coffee and a bagel. Get that project for work or school going by consulting with one of our graphic designers. C...

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  • The Muse Nashville

    The Muse is a multi-genre venue and a coffee bar. Nashville City Search Recently voted us Nashville's #1 Live Music Venue. We put on all the hottest local shows and touring acts this side of the river. We have been open for about Four years. In that time we have hosted so...

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  • City Hall Entertainment Space Center

    City Hall is a complete entertainment destination and music venue for up to 1500 guests with first rate catering & beverage services, event planning services, entertainment booking, and production capabilities. The 1920's warehouse offers 10,000 square feet of unobstruct...

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  • Nashville's Exit/In Club

    The Exit/In regularly provides Nashville with quality live entertainment.Last year, when the Nashville Scene realized that local rock club the Exit/In was about to mark its 30th anniversary, we decided that the occasion was worth a story. So we called the club to let folks t...

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  • Bourbon Street Blues And Boogie Bar

    Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar is THE Nashville jazz and blues club offering live entertainment seven nights a week. We are the place for downtown nightlife, downtown Nashville dining and one of the leading Nashville live music venues....

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  • The Bluebird Cafe

    About Us:The Bluebird Cafe is one of the world's preeminent listening rooms and the venue has gained worldwide recognition as a songwriter's performance space where the "heroes behind the hits" perform their own songs; songs that have been recorded by chart-topping artists i...

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  • The Basement

    Geoff Donovan originally from the Boston, MA area has lived all over the country and has worked in the restaurant/bar biz in all locations. Geoff was the Chef and Consultant at Red Square in Burlington, VT. Also in Vermont Geoff worked as the Executive Chef at Hawk Inn and M...

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  • Springwater

    Springwater Supperclub and Lounge was established May 12, 1978 by Terry Cantrell, but has been a bar for over 100 years. Springwater is the oldest bar serving alcohol, whether legally or illegally, in Tennessee (it was a speak-easy during prohibition). It was open and servin...

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  • Arts Council Of Williamson County

    Mission Statement The Arts Council of Williamson County (TN) is a catalyst for the enrichment of cultural life in the county by funding, promoting and expanding the arts. About Us The Arts Council of Williamson County is a non-profit 501(c)(3) service organization that ex...

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  • Octagon Hall Museum

    History: In 1847, Andrew Jackson Caldwell laid out the foundation for his new family home. With a desire for distinction, his home would not be a simple structure with four walls like so many others, but an eight sided edifice unique to the region. Completed in 1859, it wo...

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  • Sam Davis Home And Museum

    The Sam Davis Memorial Association (SDMA) was formed in 1930 when the State of Tennessee gave the charter to the newly formed organization to preserve the memory of Sam Davis. Sam’s niece, Andromedia Sinnott, or Ms. Medie as she was known, was a driving force behind th...

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  • Tag Art Gallery

    About Us TAG art gallery got its start in June of 2000 with the mission of showing unique works by local, national and international artists to Nashville, best known as "Music City." Nashville is full of creative people, some of which are art buyers, most of which would...

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  • Riverfest

    About Us: Clarksville will celebrate its cultural diversity in original art, music, and dance at McGregor Park RiverWalk next September.The Clarksville Riverfest Celebration and Showcase is one of the largest celebrations in the community featuring National, Regional and lo...

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  • Miss Pott's Playhouse

    About: Mrs. Potts' Playhouse is a tearoom offering children's tea parties as well as wonderful gifts for ages infant through teens. Mrs. Potts may be reserved for special parties such as birthdays, or children may attend the many special events that take place at the playho...

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  • Downtown Artists Cooperative Of Clarksville

    About Us: The DAC is an association of talented local artists and interested patrons dedicated to promoting the visual arts in the Clarksville/Montgomery County area. Our objectives are to sponsor art exhibitions of work by Co-op members and regional artists, to provide con...

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  • Mid Cumberland Arts League

    About Us: The Mid-Cumberland Arts League is a regional nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in the community by promoting Arts events, by assisting individual artistic contributions to the community, and by sponsoring arts programming in our sch...

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  • Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum

    Museum History: The museum was established in 1956 as the Division Museum for the 101st Airborne Division and was memorialized in honor of the first Assistant Division Commander for the 101st, Brigadier general Don F. Pratt. BG Pratt was killed in world War II during the N...

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  • Zeitgeist Gallery

    Founded in 1994, Zeitgeist is a beacon of art in the Nashville community. Started by owner Janice Zeitlin in Cummins Station it has served as a cultivation ground for new artists and a safe place for established artists to experiment and grow. Under the direction of Lain Yo...

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  • Parthenon Museum

    Mission Statement It is the mission of the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation to provide every citizen of Nashville and Davidson County with an equal opportunity for safe recreational and cultural activities within a network of parks and greenways that preserves and ...

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