Photo Credit: Danielle Shields

By Keeley Harper


Photo Credit Danielle Shields

What began as an idea for a long-form music video to accompany Sarah Saturday’s band, Gardening, Not Architecture’s third album Fossils quickly became a three-part anthology film that encompasses multiple art forms, including visual art, music, and dance. This project, intended to span Nashville’s music, film, art, and dance communities, is titled Fossils, and is finally coming to fruition in what is projected to be a year-long collaboration featuring multiple events here in Nashville.

The events include a fundraiser gala and art show at The Rymer Gallery on June 27th, an online, one-time listening party for the album featuring choreographed performances by Numinous Flux Troupe, and a six-week online fundraising campaign from May 27th to July 1st. The screening of the film Fossils will take place in July.

To support the project or purchase merchandise visit  Be sure to watch the project unfold at

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