About Megan Kelley

M Kelley is a maker, thinker, and do-er based in Nashville, TN. An advocate for dialogue in contemporary art, Kelley is an active contributor to a variety of diverse publications and arts initiatives, including writing for Number Inc, curating for the project space 40AU, and working with Platetone Printmaking, Paper and Book Arts. Hir social practice, as both artist and curator, revolves around providing educational and developmental opportunities to artists and audiences alike; a fascination with the complexities of communication and narrative; and inviting others into collaboration, curiosity, and cross-pollination. Read more at studiOmnivorous, do more through Messner Point, and play more at The Inbound Lands.

William Edmondson Exhibit at Cheekwood Reveals a Life in Stone

As a living timeline of Edmondson and his legacy, William Edmondson and Friends: Breaking the Mold traces the working history of a self-taught Nashville artist and the national ripples left behind by his lasting impression. Born the child of freed slaves in 1874, Edmondson started carving his limestone sculptures when he was nearly 60 years […]

In its Second Year, the Nashville Print Revival Expands its Reach

Celebrating its second birthday, the Nashville Print Revival expanded this year into a week-long series of printmaking workshops, demonstrations, lectures, and events. From February 14th to the 22nd, local and out-of-town lovers of print gathered to experience the area’s many work-spaces, shops, and educational resources. Hatch Show Print anchors Nashville’s strong, close-knit printmaking community, partially due to the willingness of […]