Cemetery Preservation Workshop

Indian Creek M. B. Church & Cemetery, 4144 Newman Hol Rd, Ardmore, TN 38449, USA

Join Wolf Gap and its volunteers to learn how to research historic cemeteries and preserve & maintain them at this hands-on event. Workshops are occurring throughout Giles County this fall.  Click here for a complete schedule and more information. Wolf Gap received operational funding from Humanities Tennessee's SHARP grant program to support their work throughout pandemic recovery.

Greek Architecture & Ancient Color

The Parthenon, 2500 West End Ave, Nashville, TN 37203, USA 2901 Parthenon Ave, Tennessee

Join the Parthenon for this virtual symposium featuring Dr. Brian Martens, archaeologist and Supervisor at the Athenian Agora Excavations in Athens, Greece, who will speak about polychromy in ancient Greece. Click here for more information and to register for this free, online event. The symposia series is partially funded in conjunction with the exhibition project "The Odyssey: A Learn More...

Center Point Homecoming @ Wolf Gap

Wolf Gap, 2718 Tarpley Shop Rd, Pulaski, TN 38478, USA

Join Wolf Gap for this fall event to share the story of historic Center Point as they collect photos, stories and family histories related to the community.  Tour the historic Center Point church/school and cemeteries, and bring your memories.  Food and fellowship included! Click here for more details. Wolf Gap received operational funding from Humanities Learn More...

Passport to Understanding: Multicultural Arts Integration

Global Education Center, 4822 Charlotte Ave #3, Nashville, TN 37209, USA

Join the Global Education Center for PreK-12 teacher workshop that shares approaches to teaching about Native American history, culture and arts. Click here for more information and to register. The workshop is part of a project series, "Indigenous Voices," partly supported by Humanities Tennessee's SHARP Grant program.

Kristen Tubb O’Donnell Author Visits

Soddy-Daisy, TN, USA

The Soddy-Daisy Community Library & Kelcurt Foundation welcome children's author Kristen Tubb O'Donnell, who will visit local elementary schools to read from her works and meet the students over two days. The Tuesday, November 8, schedule: 10-11am Big Ridge Elementary 1-2pm McConnell Elementary The author visit series is funded partly by Humanities Tennessee's Opportunity Grant Learn More...

Musica sin Fronteras (Music without Borders)

Virtual TN

Join the Tennessee Historical Society for the fourth in a series of free, virtual discussions.  Manual A. Delgado and Dr. Gregory Reish discuss the history and genres of Mexican music in Tennessee. For more information and registration visit the THS website. This event is part of a series, Tennessee 101: the History of Tennessee Music, funded, in Learn More...

Knoxville History Project Tour Launch

Maple Hall Bowling Alley, Knoxville

Join the Knoxville History Project team at Maple Hall Bowling Alley cocktail bar for the launch of Knoxville: A Walking Literary Tour, a new guide to the local sites of literary note. Pick up a copy of the guide and meet the team highlighting Knoxville's role in national literature. For more information and an online Learn More...

Color in Ancient Tennessee

The Parthenon, 2500 West End Ave, Nashville, TN 37203, USA 2901 Parthenon Ave, Tennessee

Join the Parthenon for this virtual symposium featuring Dr. Kevin Smith, archaeologist and professor at Middle Tennessee State University. Dr. Smith will share his work to understand the pigments and colors used by Native Americans right here in ancient Tennessee. Click here for more information and to register for this free, online event. The symposia series is partially Learn More...

Hill’s Island with Dr. Learotha Williams

Join the Cumberland River Compact for a virtual conversation with Dr. Williams about the history of Hill's Island in the Cumberland River.  The event is part of an ongoing project to research and interpret the island and its significance to Nashville's historical narrative. Registration available soon. Visit the CRC website for more information. The Hill's Learn More...

Orchestra Unplugged: Vivaldi, The Four Seasons

Halloran Center for Performing Arts & Education 225 S. Main Street, Memphis, TN

Can you hear the dogs barking in Vivaldi’s famous Four Seasons? How about the driving snow and ice, swirling in the winter wind? Join the Memphis Symphony Orchestra in collaboration with the Orpheum Theater Group as conductor Robert Moody hosts an evening of listening and learning as he unveils these, and many more secrets of Learn More...

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