From the Nashville Rep’s new show to the latest exhibit at the Frist Center and everything in between, you can discover a rich variety of performing and visual arts through NPT Arts Break—Nashville’s weekly window to the arts.
Watch for the latest NPT Arts Break on Thursday nights after Tennessee Crossroads (around 7:25pm) and on Sunday morning after Volunteer Gardener (around 9:55am) on Nashville Public Television.
You can also explore featured organizations right here and learn more about the arts in Nashville on our resources page. Then get involved with cultural events in Nashville!
If there’s an artist or arts organization that you’d like us to know about please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NPT Arts Break is made possible by the generous contributions of the Martha Rivers Ingram Advised Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.
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