Burnaway > Nashville

In her exhibition “God Sees Through Houses,” on view from August 27 through October 18, Nashville-based painter Jodi Hays displayed a new body of work at Lipscomb University’s recently relocated Hutcheson Gallery. Comprised of framed drawings and large- and small-scale oil…

“For the Constructivists, social condensation was about filling architecture with a sort of revolutionary political electricity. As theorized, designed, and built, the Social Condenser was to be an architectural device for electrocuting people into a communist way of life”. …

Nashville-based artist Brandon Donahue is one of the city’s busiest, most prolific creators. His exhibition “No Look Past,” on view at the Nashville outpost of David Lusk Gallery through September 29,  is the artist’s third solo exhibition this year,…

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Odessa Kelly is the director of Napier Recreation Center and a leader in the movement for affordable housing in Nashville. She interviews Ed Henley, a Nashville native who has worked with the city on large civic projects.

The prolific Nashville artist is known for his playful paintings that, despite their seemingly casual execution, still begin as studies in Anderson’s sketchbook.

Joshua Martin, a rapper who grew up in the South Nashville community is using his music to uplift youth. In this WeHome episode, he interviews Joe Bradford, a survivor of poverty, prison, and kidney disease who runs a ministry…

In this episode of Erica Ciccarone’s podcast about the changing Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood in Nashville, two forward-looking teens are interviewed by Betsy Littrell, an architect and sustainability advocate.

Artist Amelia Briggs, director of Nashville’s outpost of David Lusk Gallery, talks to fellow artist Alysha Irisari Malo, the co-founder of a new arts organization in Wedgewood-Houston.