First Saturday Art Crawl Downtown
Saturday, October 1, from 6 until 9 p.m.
The Arts Company is hosting an opening reception for Intoxicated by Color: New Paintings by Edie Maney (see page 55). Tinney Contemporary is exhibiting photographs by David Yarrow (see page 42). The Rymer Gallery is unveiling Amor Fati/Love Your Fate, an exhibit of paintings, sculpture, and photography by Buddy Jackson. The Browsing Room Gallery at the Downtown Presbyterian Church is presenting McLean Fahnestock’s Sounds Like, an exhibition of sound-centered sculptural works, which explores how we experience the world through sound.
In the historic Arcade, Blend Studio is featuring Some/Any/No Place by Renee Couture, work that articulates the complexity and range of the public’s relationship with their nearby landscape. 40AU is opening Dead Trees and Dirty Leaves, the first duo show for married couple Jeff and Myka Bertrand who are both in love with local history. Open Gallery is presenting Eleanor Rigby, a series of photographs by Rachel Treide. See Marlos E’van’s Dyin’ by tha Gun! at WAG. For those who wish to start crawling early, “O” Gallery is open from noon until 3 p.m. showcasing new work by Olga Alexeeva.
Hatch Show Print’s Haley Gallery is showing new work by guest artist David Wolske who visited the print shop earlier this year to create his Synæsthetica series with some of the biggest wood type fonts in Hatch’s collection.
Arts & Music @ Wedgewood/Houston
Saturday, October 1, from 6 until 9 p.m.
David Lusk Gallery is showing Kit Reuther’s exhibit Weights & Modules. 444 Humphreys Street Pop Up is hosting The Arcane and Cellophane featuring the reworked gadgets and video screen sculpture of ReTech and life-sized tape monsters by Chip Boles. Channel to Channel opens its new space inside The Packing Plant with Nashville artist Jonathan Edelhuber’s Cognitive Fields, which shows a playful yet organized way of achieving pattern and texture through illustrated abstract imagery. abrasiveMedia is exhibiting Lyrical Deconstruction, a collection of oil paintings by local illustrator and commercial artist Harry Whitver. COOP Gallery and Seed Space are joining together to present Asymmetric Kin, a multidisciplinary international collaboration between artists from Nashville and Istanbul, Turkey, including artists Kristi Hargrove and Bahar Yürükog ̆ lu, Jana Harper and Erdal Inci, Michael Dickins, Jonathan Rattner and Ay ̧segül Süter. CG2 Gallery is reopening the doors of their new space located at 438 Houston Street with a reception and exhibit of work by Erik Mark Sandberg and Mark Hosford (see page 74). Julia Martin Gallery and Nashville Arts Magazine are unveiling External Ballistics featuring work created to examine the effects of
gun violence (see page 82). Zeitgeist is presenting three exhibitions: Louisiana Trail Riders by Jeremiah Ariaz, Desire Lines by Josh Elrod, and Mono by Christopher Roberson. At 7:30 p.m. Ground Floor Gallery is hosting an exhibit of gallery artists including Sibley Barlow, Bobby Becker, Devin Goebel, Georganna Greene, Cassie Harner, Carri Jobe, Dez Hough, Mandy Jones, Jovanni Luna, Meg McGregor, Anna Merrill, Mihail Tomescu, and Janet Decker Yanez. In its latest effort to connect people with clay, InFlux is bringing 12 x 12, a curated show of cups and mugs, to Wedgewood-Houston’s Dozen Bakery.
Franklin Art Scene
Friday, October 7, from 6 until 9 p.m.
Gallery 202 is featuring a show of new primarily large-scale abstract paintings by artist Julie Harvey, who is inspired by her surroundings, thoughts, and emotions. Boutique MMM is hosting artist Dolly Georgieva-Gode. Hope Church Franklin is showcasing paintings by Alyson Cannon. Parks on Main is exhibiting woodworking and furniture by Doug Regen. Historic Franklin Presbyterian Church is presenting art by Lisa & Derek Eisenga, Caroline Thompson, and Laura Neal, as well as cricket stools painted by many local artists as a fundraiser for FiftyForward (see page 72). See live glassblowing demonstrations by Jose Santisteban and Mike Ingram at Franklin Glassblowing Studio. Harlin Meyerhoff is showing bronzes and paintings of horses by Janel Maher. Imaginebox Emporium is featuring the original illustrations created by Cory Basil for his young reader novel The Perils of Fishboy. On view at The Registry is a series of 12 paintings by Susan Frizsell that are on sale to benefit dogs in the Agape Animal Rescue program. Emily Venturino is exhibiting her paintings at Williamson County Visitor Center. Enjoy Bob Musgrove’s paintings and a demonstration of his Power Bike prototype at Williamson County Archives.
East Side Art Stumble
Saturday, October 8, from 6 until 10 p.m.
Gallery Luperca is hosting a closing reception for Donna Woodley’s show What’s in a Name? at their pop-up location in Fond Object. Betsy Stirratt is opening a solo exhibition Space & Volume, a body of work that utilizes light and dark and repulsion and attraction at The Red Arrow Gallery. Southern Grist Brewery is featuring work by Brian Somerville. Stop by The Box, Sami Wideberg’s mobile art gallery, to see her photo collage pieces, photography, and paintings.
Endeavor Fine Art
Saturday, October 8, from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m.
Enjoy work by this month’s cover artist, Didier Lourenço, during a reception and exhibit at Endeavor Fine Art, 265 White Bridge Road.
Boro Art Crawl
Friday, October 14, from 6 until 9 p.m.
This month the Boro Art Crawl celebrates its one-year anniversary with art on display at multiple locations around Murfreesboro’s downtown business district and just off the square. Among the participating locations are Murfreesboro Art League, Mayday Brewery, Green Dragon, dreamingincolor, Quinn’s Mercantile, Cultivate Co-Working, and the City Hall Rotunda. October’s Boro Art Crawl is dedicated to Glenn Merchant, owner of Moxie Art Supply, who helped to found the event.
The Jefferson Street Art Crawl
Saturday, October 22, from 6 until 9 p.m.
The Garden Brunch Cafe will show work by Lakesha Moore. Woodcuts Gallery will host artists Terry and Jerry Lynn, also known as TWIN. Art History Class will be held at the McJimpsey Center during crawl hours, and will also hold a special study hall for students interested in staying out later. One Drop Ink will have business specials running for this and every art crawl. Find out about additional artists exhibiting at Facebook.com/jsactn.