The Arts Company Celebrates 2017 With OF THINGS TO COME 2017, 1/7
The Arts Company continues its 20th Anniversary Celebration previewing new works in the gallery's annual Of Things to Come 2017. Beginning January 7, the gallery will look forward to its next chapter by showcasing fresh, original, and contemporary artwork from ongoing and new artists - including Alex Beard, Edward Belbusti, William Buffett, Hollie Chastain, Jan Chenoweth, Ke Francis, Mandy Rogers Horton, Jim Jobe, Robert Morgan, Michael Nott, Laura Nugent, Tiffany Ownbey, John Petrey, Brad Sells, Daryl Thetford, and more... The exhibit will officially open during First Saturday Art Crawl Downtown on January 7, 6PM-9PM; continuing through January 26, during regular gallery hours, 11am-5pm, Tuesday-Saturday.
"Nothing is more exciting for us at The Arts Company than presenting our new year with our annual preview Of Things To Come," remarks gallery owner Anne Brown. "We will showcase eclectic selections in photography, painting, sculpture, outsider art, and more-new artists, continuing gallery artists, unlikely pairings of artists and ideas, and regular First Saturday openings. As always, we offer places to sit, lots of fresh art to see, and a neat staff of people to talk with about your art of choice. We welcome people from around the world to our lively collection of art, presented in a historic building in a contemporary environment in the center of Downtown Nashville."
The Arts Company is a primary arts destination in Downtown Nashville-since 1996--representing artwork by artists from emerging to legendary, in photography, painting, and sculpture. Presenting 12 exhibitions each year; collaboration with other galleries statewide; partnering with 5th Avenue of the Arts District to produce the First Saturday Art Crawl Downtown; and specializing in full-service artistic resources for businesses and individuals.
First Saturday Art Crawl Downtown, presented by 5th Avenue of the Arts, is a monthly visual arts event in downtown Nashville. On every First Saturday, an alliance of art galleries and museums collectively invite the public to explore the vibrant Nashville downtown art scene. Admission free, the event welcomes approximately 2,000 attendees each month, bringing more attention and recognition to this energetic destination for visual arts.