Friday, February 29, 2008

The Childbrides

The musical art performance group The Childbrides will be performing in January of 2009 in the chapel of the downtown Presbyterian Church the evening of the first saturday art crawl.

Life is Installation Art presented by : the Goose Girls

Artist group the Goose Girls proudly presents Life is Installation Art:

August 2008 at the Downtown Presbyterian Church

opening on the first saturday art crawl.


more info coming soon

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Big Oscar Party ..Super fun

First Saturday Art Luck

The Downtown Presbyterian Church
154 5th Ave. North Nashville, TN 37209
Presents


The 1st Saturday Art-Luck
(Art + Pot-Luck Dinner = Art-Luck)
Featuring:

a concert by

Carry Nation:
The Famous and Original Bar Room Smashers
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carry_Nation
Sarah Masen, Sherry Cothran and Jewly Height

Pot-Luck Dinner at 6:00 PM
Carry Nation concert 7:00 PM
please bring pot-luck dishes to the church at 6:00 for a meal before hitting the concert and hitting the art crawl.


and

An Emancipation Conversation Art Show




The 11th Annual Lenten DIG Though Art Show at The Downtown Presbyterian Church Presents:
AN EMANCIPATION CONVERSATION Art Show
With works by 20 Local Artists including:
Julie Lee, Nathan Steele, Sarah Shearer, Jodi Reeves, AyJey, Michelle Cribbs, Carla Contreras, DJ Justice, Tom Wills, Jack Coggins, Richard Feaster, Tasha French, Mark Sloniker, Elizabeth Streight, Leilani Rector, Beth Gilmore and others.

The show invites artists from our community to explore the theme of Emancipation. At 1:00 PM a $1,000 purchase award will be awarded to the work that best executes the theme.

An Emancipation Conversation art show will be on display at the church though Easter Sunday. The church office is open for visitors Weekdays from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, and on Sundays from 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon.


The Downtown Presbyterian Church is located at the corner of 5th Ave. North and Church Street
154 5th Ave. North Nashville, TN 37209 615-254-7584 www.dpchurch.com

For more information contact Jewly Hight 615-262-0548 or Jewly@earthlink.com





Tom Wills
WillyWonkaIs@gmail.com


Give peace, that is, continue and preserve it; give peace, that is, give us hearts worthy of it, and thankful for it. In our time, that is, all our time: for there is more besides a fair morning required to make a fair day.

Thomas Fuller: Good Thoughts in Bad Times.

http://tomwills.typepad.com/thenewchristianyear/

First Saturday Art Crawl ...come to Twist Gallery

Opening March 1:
Rachel Hall Kirk's installation
"The Big Payback"

Join us for the opening reception and First Saturday Gallery Crawl, Saturday, March 1 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Rachel Hall Kirk is a native Tennessean. She studied painting and drawing at Austin Peay State University and The University of Tennessee at Knoxville. She currently resides in Ashland City and teaches art at Austin Peay in Clarksville.

Her installation explores ideas about society and status. She says, "In The Big Payback I turn the tables on those who are normally given a free ride by exposing them for who they really are: naked and scared, just like the rest of us."

"Nobody think I gotta right to be tough
They don't like it when I get rough
Bert saw me comin', tried to hide
Teacher went down like she wanted to cry
Guards and doctors ain't ready, thats a fact
Get ready little chumps for the big payback
You know who you are
You're gonna get your big payback!"

Inspired by James Brown's song Payback

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Upcoming . . . .
April 5 - 26, 2008
Rachel Clark

More . . .

Extended Hours for the
First Saturday!!!
Twist will be open 11 a.m. to 9
p.m. on Saturday. If you can't
make it to the evening gallery
crawl, join us in the afternoon.


critic's pick in the scene...

THE BIG PAYCHECK Nashville’s go-to destination for installation art, Twist Gallery presents a new environment for your approval: local artist Rachel Hall Kirk’s The Big Payback. Kirk’s recent “Arts in the Airport” show featured the outstanding graphite portraits she is known for. With Payback, she abandons her pencils to create a multimedia installation that turns the tables on every bully she’s encountered through her life. In the process, she also manages to fire off a few shots in favor of good, old-fashioned class warfare. March 1-29 at Twist Gallery; opening reception 6-9 p.m. —JOE NOLAN

Tuesday, February 05, 2008

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