Emerging and established artists are encouraged to apply by July 15 for retreat-style residencies based in Knoxville, Tennessee, in 2023 and 2024.
The airport took the work down after it “received a lot of negative feedback from Elvis fans,” including “a small number of comments” that referred to artist Tommy Kha’s race.
Banned for its “profanity and nudity,” the acclaimed Holocaust graphic novel is now leading Amazon’s bestselling books charts.
Creator Art Spiegelman said he was “baffled” by the decision and called the school board’s behavior “Orwellian.”
The beloved Tennessee-born musician recently made a $1 million donation to Vanderbilt University, which helped develop the Moderna coronavirus vaccine.
The suicide bombing on December 25 rocked downtown Nashville, injuring at least eight people and damaging more than 40 buildings.
Mary Sully’s artwork reflects her cultural moment, but it is also as a blueprint for rewriting history to include marginalized perspectives.
MEMPHIS — Chalkware was one of the earliest affordable arts available to a large population in the United States.
MEMPHIS — Down in a former coal chamber, accessed through a stained glass restoration studio, is Tops Gallery.
From a certain angle, the premise seems almost cruel: invite prisoners on death row to design their own memorials — ways for them to be remembered after they’ve been executed.
The future of Fisk University’s priceless art collection donated years ago by artist Georgia O’Keeffe, and known as The Stieglitz Collection, may be decided at a trial set to begin tomorrow after five years of legal wrangling.