LOVE IN THE CLUB: Black Chicago Nighclub Photographs

Stax Museum of American Soul Music, 926 E McLemore Ave, Memphis, TN 38126, USA

Visit the Stax Museum to see this exhibit of photographs by Michael Abramson. Taken between 1974-1976, the images depict the smoky clubs of Chicago's South Side, a dance scene brimming over with style and free expression to the sounds of blues, disco, funk and soul.Form more information visit the Stax website.Humanities Tennessee is pleased to Learn More...

Discover Steampunk: A Fantastical Hands-on Adventure

Discovery Park of America TN

Join the Discovery Park of America for this new, immersive exhibition featuring eight galleries inspired by different visionaries from the Victorian Age and focusing on how their philosophy, art, innovation and science have shaped our world today. Find more information and free education guides here. Humanities Tennessee is pleased to provide a grant for partial Learn More...

The Odyssey: A Retelling, by Lisa Bachman Jones

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

Join the Parthenon for an exhibition of new works by Lisa Bachman Jones, a Nashville-based artist working across disciplines and investigating the everyday through a lens of care. In preparation for A Retelling Jones read Emily Wilson’s 2017 translation of Homer's epic poem The Odyssey. The exhibition highlights the hospitality of the overlooked identities that Learn More...

Cemetery Preservation Workshop

Phoenix Chapel AME Cemetery, 9600 Prospect Road, Prospect TN

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.

Howard “Louie Bluie” Armstrong & the Black String Band Tradition

Join the Tennessee Historical Society for the third in a series of free, virtual conversations.  Dom Flemons and Dr. Elijah Wald will discuss Louie Bluie;s life, art and legacy. 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 part, by Humanities Learn More...

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 Retelling, by 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 Tennessee's SHARP 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.

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...

Musica sin Fronteras (Music without Borders)

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 part, by Learn More...

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