NASHVILLE, Tenn.—The Arts Company celebrates the end of summer with a group show featuring new work by several gallery artists. Opening during FirstBank First Saturday Art Crawl on September 7 from 6-9 p.m., the Summer Impromptu exhibition will continue through September 26 during regular gallery hours, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday, at The Arts Company, 215 5th Avenue of the Arts, North.
About the Exhibition – Summer Impromptu
Our Summer Impromptu exhibition, which first started in the summer of 2018, features a curated selection of artists and artwork that highlight the fresh, original and contemporary vibe of the gallery. This year’s iteration focuses on the medium of painting and features new work by several of our gallery artists.
Some of the artists who will be presented include:
In addition to the Summer Impromptu exhibition, a few select pieces from our August exhibitions – Chadwick Tolley’s Sugar Mountain and our annual Collectors Art Exchange – will also continue in other areas of the gallery.
For more information, please visit www.TheArtsCompany.com.
The Arts Company has become a cornerstone on 5th Avenue of the Arts in Downtown Nashville since 1996. The gallery’s mission is to maintain a presence of distinctively fresh, original, and contemporary artwork in the middle of the downtown marketplace, welcoming individuals, businesses, and guests from around the world. Known as a prime destination for photography, painting, and sculpture, The Arts Company offers an eclectic mix beyond the typical gallery model. Our welcoming environment of over 6,000 square feet in a historic building provides customers with a distinctive Nashville experience. The Arts Company maintains a series of partnerships with commercial and non-profit businesses and presents 12 inventive exhibitions a year that premiere during FirstBank First Saturday Art Crawl every month.
FirstBank First Saturday Art Crawl, under the management of the Nashville Downtown Partnership, is a free event that occurs every first Saturday, 6—9 p.m., with approximately 20 galleries opening their doors to approximately 2,000 Art Crawlers. For 12 years, Art Crawl has featured art galleries on and around 5th Avenue of the Arts — founded by The Arts Company, The Rymer Gallery and Tinney Contemporary in 2006. The appeal is generated by the chance to meet and converse with artists; view artwork in a welcoming environment with a variety of entertainment options and complimentary refreshments; as well as ride the free Gray Line Art Crawl Trolley—hopping on and off at other art stops such as Art at the Arcade, the Country Music Hall of Fame’s Hatch Show Print and Haley Gallery, Music City Marketplace, 21c Museum Hotel and other boutique destinations, including Studio 308 and the Downtown Presbyterian Church.
THE ARTS COMPANY
215 5th Avenue of the Arts, North • Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm
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