Nashville's artist community creates multi-genre experience
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  • Nashville's artist John Partipilo Photography Beth Inglish Nashville Creative Group Artist Community
  • Nashville's artist John Partipilo Photography Beth Inglish Nashville Creative Group Artist Community
  • Nashville's artist John Partipilo Photography Beth Inglish Nashville Creative Group Artist Community
  • Nashville's artist John Partipilo Photography Beth Inglish Nashville Creative Group Artist Community
  • Nashville's artist John Partipilo Photography Beth Inglish Nashville Creative Group Artist Community
  • Nashville's artist John Partipilo Photography Beth Inglish Nashville Creative Group Artist Community
  • Nashville's artist John Partipilo Photography Beth Inglish Nashville Creative Group Artist Community
  • Nashville's artist John Partipilo Photography Beth Inglish Nashville Creative Group Artist Community
  • Nashville's artist John Partipilo Photography Beth Inglish Nashville Creative Group Artist Community
  • Nashville's artist John Partipilo Photography Beth Inglish Nashville Creative Group Artist Community
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Nashville’s artist community creates multi-genre experience

Like poetry? How about art and photography? Or maybe music?

The Nashville Creative Group welcomes it all — and our artists come together monthly to “Show & Tell” work either finished or in progress to connect with other artists, promote upcoming shows and gain inspiration from a supportive community.

A dozen or more painters, photographers, poets, musicians and more shared samples of their work with the audience as an opportunity to practice speaking publicly, receive feedback and expand their awareness of what’s happening in Nashville’s artist community.

First-time presenter Jesse Hale said, “I really appreciate this experience, it’s extremely supportive and artists need this.” 

The Nashville Creative Group Community

Starting in August of 2012, the Nashville Creative Group has emerged as the largest creative network in Middle Tennessee with nearly 4,200 members including artists, writers, poets, musicians, teachers, comedians and culture enthusiasts. The online network has established a new standard for artists to communicate making it easier than ever to connect with the community. The group hosts monthly meetups, happy hours and events to create, talk about and experience art, music and more.

Learn more about the Nashville Creative Group and join us today on Facebook and Twitter!

Connect with Nashville’s artist community

Do you want to share your work or be an observer? Save the date for our next event Monday, June 13th and read more about the Nashville Creative Group on my blog to learn how we’re building a highly engaged community and connecting Middle Tennessee artists.

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