Black Arts in America: Stories of Our Ancestors

Global Education Center 4822 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN

Join the Global Education Center for an afternoon of wisdom and stories with the Graceful Soul Storyweavers, representing the value and power of oral traditions for societal change. Part of the project series Black Arts in American, partially funded by Humanities Tennessee's General Grant Program.

WYXR Stereo Sessions: Reap the Lost Dreamers

Memphis Listening Lab 1350 Concourse Ave, Memphis, TN

Join WYXR at the Memphis Listening Lab to listen to and discuss the Companion's 1977 progressive rock album "Reap the Lost Dreamers." Hosted by Pat Sansone and Jay "Jay B." Boyd. WYXR Stereo Sessions are a series of free, in-person listening parties that explore and examine albums in the Memphis music catalog that achieve cult Learn More...

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...

Wild Summer of Authors: Lisa Regan

Soddy Daisy Community Library 9619 Dayton Pike Suite C,, Soddy-Daisy, TN

Join the Soddy-Daisy Community Library (SDCL) and the Kelcurt Foundation in welcoming author Lisa Regan for a virtual reading and discussion event. For more information, visit: The SDCL Wild Summer of Authors series is partly supported by a grant from Humanities Tennessee.

Postponed — TN Writers/TN Stories: Marissa Moss

TN State Museum 1000 Rosa L Parks Blvd, Nashville, TN

Join us for our first TN Writers | TN Stories with Marissa R. Moss, Her Country (Henry Holt) in conversation with Jewly Hight, WNXP editorial director and NPR music reporter. Our new book series, in partnership with Humanities Tennessee, Chapter 16 and Vanderbilt University Press, begins with a reading by music journalist Marissa R. Moss of Her Country and a discussion with Jewly Hight, WNXP editorial Learn More...

Bringing Books to Life Family Workshop


Join the Nashville Public Library for an online Loving & Learning Family Workshop. Designed for parents, these workshops discuss how to build early literacy skills in the home. The series is partly funded by Humanities Tennessee's SHARP Grant program.

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