The Jefferson Street Art Crawl is back, on Saturday, April 28, 2018, with most venues open from 6:00 – 9:00 pm. A tradition since 2016, the Jefferson Street Art Crawl is a vibrant addition and essential part of the Nashville art scene. Best of all it is free to attend, and your purchases of art support some of America’s, and indeed the world’s, finest artists. Visit the vibrant neighborhood along Jefferson Street for a unique and inspiring artistic experience. Here’s a rundown of some places to visit on historic Jefferson Street, both during the crawl and during regular business hours.
The Garden Brunch Cafe, located at 924 Jefferson Street, welcomes The N’Digo One Art with her vibrantly colored images. Jæ Graham will join N’Digo in showing a new series of expressive pieces.
Cultural Visions Art at TheLab Nashville, at 624A Jefferson Street, is hosting The Art of Justin Copeland throughout the month of April.
Woodcuts Gallery is exhibiting a group show featuring works by Omari Booker Artwork (featured image), James Threalkill Art, Twin, Frank Frazier, XPayne, Elisheba Israel, doughjoe Art, Thaxton Abshalom Waters, and more. The exhibition is a retrospective of the 50 years since the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and a celebration of Nashville’s recent dedication of MLK Blvd. championed by Jump To Jefferson’s own Councilwoman Sharon Hurt. Woodcuts Framing and Gallery is located at 1613 Jefferson St., open 10 -5 daily and 10-3 on Saturdays.
Also, visit One Drop Ink Tattoo Parlour and Gallery Nashville where they will display a selection of illustrations from Sarah Elizabeth Harris. They will be open late, from 6-11pm. One Drop Ink Tattoo Parlour and Gallery is located at 1106 Ed Temple Blvd., one block over from 28th and Jefferson.
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