The Antikythera Mechanism

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

The Parthenon presents an exhibition about an ancient mechanism recovered from the ocean floor which was used in navigation and astronomy, and includes a variety of public programs.

Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival

Centennial Park TN

In a city where one in six residents is foreign–born, the Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival is not only one of Nashville’s favorite and most vibrant festivals, but also a celebration and reminder of what makes Nashville a great place to live. This FREE Festival provides an opportunity for intercultural dialogue through a Nashville festival experience and features a Learn More...

Black Arts in America Kickoff

Global Education Center 4822 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN

Join Global Education Inc to kick-off its months-long project, Black Arts in America, with a panel discussion featuring professor of dance, performance art historian and author of "What Makes that Black? The African American Aesthetic in American Expressive Culture," Luana, and geneaologist and poet Konnetta Alexander.

Underwater Archaeology

Virtual TN

Join the Parthenon for a free, virtual program Underwater Archaeology and learn land and water archaeology practices from expert archaeologist Dr. Anne Duray. In conjunction with the exhibition The Antikythera Mechanism, June 4-Sep 26, 2021,  funded in part by Humanities Tennessee.

Tennessee 101: Reconstruction to the Late 20th c.

Online TN

Join the TN Historical Society for a virtual series featuring speakers specializing in different topics from post Civil War through the last century. Registration will be available at: https://tennesseehistory.org/home/programs/ The project is supported in part through Humanities TN's General Grant Program.

Tennessee 101: Reconstruction to the Late 20th c.

Online TN

Join the TN Historical Society for a virtual series featuring speakers specializing in different topics from post Civil War through the last century. Registration will be available at: https://tennesseehistory.org/home/programs/ Session 2 begins with prohibition and women's political activism and will end with the state's response to the Great War and the 1918–20 flu pandemic. The project Learn More...

Tennessee 101: Reconstruction to the Late 20th c.

Online TN

Join the TN Historical Society for a virtual series featuring speakers specializing in different topics from post Civil War through the last century. Registration will be available at: https://tennesseehistory.org/home/programs/ This session re-conceptualizes the 1920s as a decade of tremendous tension underlying the economic prosperity. Numerous changes came to Tennessee after the Great War such as the Learn More...

Tennessee 101: Reconstruction to the Late 20th c.

Online TN

Join the TN Historical Society for a virtual series featuring speakers specializing in different topics from post Civil War through the last century. Registration will be available at: https://tennesseehistory.org/home/programs/ When the 1920s ended with the advent of the Great Depression, much of rural Tennessee had been in a recession since the industrialization that followed the Civil Learn More...

Tennessee 101: Reconstruction to the Late 20th c.

Online TN

Join the TN Historical Society for a virtual series featuring speakers specializing in different topics from post Civil War through the last century. Registration will be available at: https://tennesseehistory.org/home/programs/ This session will analyze how African Americans returned from the war determined to fight for equal rights. We will discuss Baker v. Care, the landmark court redistricting Learn More...

Tennessee 101: Reconstruction to the Late 20th c.

Online TN

Join the TN Historical Society for a virtual series featuring speakers specializing in different topics from post Civil War through the last century. Registration will be available at: https://tennesseehistory.org/home/programs/ This final session will cover the political shifts that took place in Tennessee after desegregation, the arrival of new immigrants, the beginnings of the internet, reforms in Learn More...

Black Arts in America: Stories of Culture, Cuisine, & Connection

Global Education Center 4822 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN

Global Education welcomes Tamarind Jam, a duo of poet educators for a reading event in the Black Arts in America project series. Partial support for for the project is funded through Humanities Tennessee's General Grant Program.

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