Brent Hyams is TPAC and Historic War Memorial Auditorium COO

The Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) this week announced the promotion of Brent Hyams to Chief Operating Officer. A 10-year veteran of the performing arts center, Hyams oversees all operations in production, ticketing, patron services, marketing, and facility maintenance for the organization’s four performance venues, including Andrew Jackson Hall (capacity 2,472), James K. Polk Theater […]

Sideshow Fringe Festival 2013 Begins Creative Cornucopia Today

The third edition of Nashville’s annual progressive performing arts event begins today. The Sideshow Fringe Festival which runs through Sunday has a full slate of innovative arts programming as it expands from its Belmont/Hillsboro neighborhood base to encompass venues in East Nashville and West Nashville as well. Venues include The East Room, Belmont’s Black Box Theatre, […]

Lovett, Cosby coming to the Schermerhorn

In case you haven’t noticed, the Schermerhorn Symphony Center is fast becoming a major regional presenter. Here’s the release announcing its latest lineup: Schermerhorn Symphony Center announces two additions to its concert calendar. Singer Lyle Lovett will be making an appearance with his acoustic group on May 13, and legendary comedian Bill Cosby will bring […]

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Nashville’s vibrant arts scene has kept the editors, writers and interns of ArtsNash busy. Since the beginning of this season, we have posted more than 300 stories and reviews. Naturally, we have written about many of Nashville’s major cultural institutions – the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Tennessee Repertory Theatre, Nashville Ballet, Nashville Opera […]

ArtsNash Launches Internship Program Fundraising Campaign

From ArtsNash Co-Founders John Pitcher and Evans Donnell Dear Readers, At ArtsNash we certainly strive to inform, but we also want to educate. It’s our hope that arts lovers will continue to read about the groups and artists they love from a new generation of writers. And our nonprofit organization needs your help to do that. Giving […]

Artober Nashville 2012 Celebrates Diverse Citywide Arts and Culture

The Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission (Metro Arts) has launched the second annual Artober Nashville celebration of arts and culture. New signature events and hundreds of performances and shows set throughout the month of October are in the spotlight. Nashville Mayor Karl Dean participated in a launch event at the studios of the Nashville Ballet on […]