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Art loving groups will find themselves enamored and challenged to think beyond the norm with a new installation and exhibit at Frist Art Museum by Liliana Porter.
The Grand Ole Opry represents 90 years of great country music! What began as a simple radio broadcast became a live entertainment phenomenon. Dedicated to honoring country music's rich history and dynamic present, the Opry showcases country legends and the contemporary chart-toppers who've followed in their footsteps. An American icon and Nashville's No. 1 attraction, the Opry is known worldwide for one-of-a-kind entertainment experiences for all.
What's better than music and some serious laughter—while seeing the greatest sights Nashville has to offer? Honestly, not much.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museumin Nashville, Tennessee, is the home of one of America's most popular art forms. Visitors become entrenched in the fascinating and longstanding musical genre that is country music as they follow its evolution from its earliest folk roots, though minstrel and medicine shows and up to its recent noteworthy rise in popularity.
Whether your clients are looking for someplace to dig their toes into the sand or to sip steaming cocoa while watching the snowflakes fall, these North American destinations bring the holiday cheer—each in its own unique style.
Marking the first time works by Michelangelo have ever been exhibited in Nashville, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts presents Michelangelo: Sacred and Profane, Masterpiece Drawings from the Casa Buonarroti, on view from 30, 2015, through January 6, 2016.
Making its sole United States appearance at Frist Art Museum in Nashville, organized in cooperation with Tate Britain, is J.M.W. Turner: Quest for the Sublime.
Those authentic, soulful, powerful, unpretentious sounds couldn only come from the place where music is inspired, written, recorded and performed: Music City.
The fight for American civil rights spanned decades, cities and states—from Topeka, Kansas, all the way to Washington, D.C. The U.S. Civil Rights Trail allows groups to chart the course of the movement and embark on a journey of meaningful discovery while ensuring the true stories that changed history are never lost.