Arts & Culture
  • Thursday, June 25, 2020 05:23 PM
    Each day, we:Track the status of reopening in all 50 states[1].Compare the status of one industry or activity across the country.Provide in-depth summaries of the latest reopening plans.Give you the latest stories on other reopening plans and ideas.Want to know what happened yesterday? Click here[2].The next two daysWhat is reopening in the next two days? June 26Illinois (Democratic trifecta[3]): The state is scheduled[4] to move into the fourth phase of reopening on June 26. Phase 4 will allow gatherings of up to 50 people. Indoor recreation venues (like bowling alleys and theaters), indoor dining services, and outdoor spectator sports facilities ...
  • Thursday, June 25, 2020 04:02 AM
    Rogers Media uses cookies for personalization, to customize its online advertisements, and for other purposes. Learn more[1] or change your cookie preferences. Rogers Media supports the Digital Advertising Alliance principles. By continuing to use our service, you agree to our use of cookies. We use cookies (why?[2]) You can change cookie preferences. Continued site use signifies consent. Tennessee State Museum to reopen July 1, require masks
  • Wednesday, June 24, 2020 10:40 AM
    The Tennessee State Museum will reopen to the public beginning Wednesday, July 1 at 10 a.m., welcoming visitors back to experience Tennessee history, art and culture from the state’s natural history beginnings through the present day. The Museum has taken the Tennessee Pledge and is committed to protecting the customers that it serves. In preparation for its reopening, the Museum is sharing the following important information, also made available on the Museum’s website at TNMuseum.org.The following information is provided by the Museum:The Museum is located at the corner of Rosa L. Parks Boulevard and Jefferson Street, adjacent to the Nashville ...
  • Tuesday, June 23, 2020 03:55 PM
    Cincinnati CRE company adds local VP - Nashville Post
    Former Ortale Kelley attorney to lead firm’s work in Nashville market authors Staff Reports[1] Patrick PooleCourtesy of Al. Neyer Cincinnati-based development company Al. Neyer has named Patrick Poole as vice president, overseeing the company’s Nashville market.Poole (pictured) will be responsible for site acquisitions and steering projects through the development process, as well as serving tenants, investment partners and design-build construction clients.  Poole arrives following seven years at Ortale Kelley Law Firm, at which he most recently was a partner in its real estate group. There, he advised clients on real estate acquisitions and developments.A graduate of the University of Tennessee, ...
  • Monday, June 15, 2020 11:59 AM
    Nashville Symphony Suspends All Activity Through July 2021 : - musicrow.com
    The Nashville Symphony is suspending all concert and event activity through July 31, 2021, and furloughing 79 musicians and 49 full-time staff members, including Music Director Giancarlo Guerrero, effective July 1. The Nashville Symphony Board of Directors voted to suspend operations as a response to the tremendous disruption due to the deep and widespread impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.The symphony has already been forced to cancel or reschedule more than 65 concerts and events since early March, with losses directly caused by the pandemic projected to total $8 million, or nearly 30% of the Symphony’s annual income. Based on extensive ...
  • Friday, June 12, 2020 11:38 PM
    Taylor Swift campaigns to remove Confederate statues from Tennessee home state - Daily Mail
    Taylor Swift[1] is urging Tennessee officials to permanently remove statues 'that celebrate racist historical figures who did evil things' in the state. Swift took to both her Twitter and Instagram accounts Friday afternoon to share the passionate plea, directed at her home state's Capitol Commission and the Tennessee Historical Commission.  'As a Tennessean, it makes me sick that there are monuments standing in our state that celebrate racist historical figures who did evil things,' Swift wrote on social media.  Taylor Swift took to her social media platforms Friday with a lengthy plea urging Tennessee officials to get rid of all statues of ...
  • Friday, June 12, 2020 09:07 PM
    Taylor Swift campaigns to remove Confederate statues from Tennessee home state - The Union Journal
    Taylor Swift is urging Tennessee officials to permanently remove statues ‘that celebrate racist historical figures who did evil things’ in the state. Swift took to both her Twitter and Instagram accounts Friday afternoon to share the passionate plea, inclined to her home state’s Capitol Commission and the Tennessee Historical Commission.  ‘As a Tennessean, it makes me sick that we now have monuments standing in our state that celebrate racist historical figures who did evil things,’ Swift wrote on social networking. Taylor Swift took to her social media platforms Friday with a lengthy plea urging Tennessee officials to get rid of all statues of ...
  • Friday, June 12, 2020 05:32 PM
    Nashville Symphony Cancels 2020-21 Season
    Music director Giancarlo Guerrero with the Nashville SymphonyPhoto: Kurt_HeineckeThe COVID-19 pandemic has pushed Nashville Symphony Association leaders to cancel their 2020-21 concert season, with 128 full-time staffers — including music director and maestro Giancarlo Guerrero — to be furloughed.The furloughs are effective July 1 and involve 79 musicians (the entire instrumental and conducting team) and 49 full-time staff members, according to a release. Of note, 18 full-time employees remain on staff, including CEO and president Alan Valentine. "Our goal is to get back into the business of offering concerts as soon as possible," Valentine says. Since March, the Nashville Symphony ...
  • Monday, June 08, 2020 01:36 PM
    TPAC's Disney Musicals in Schools Program Keep Kids in the Spotlight - Nashville Scene
    Since 2011, Tennessee Performing Arts Center has been putting local students in the spotlight with its Disney Musicals in Schools program. In fact, TPAC Education and Metro Nashville Public Schools actually pioneered the innovative program, when they were selected by Disney Theatrical Group to be the first pilot city outside of New York.Dedicated to creating “sustainable theatre experiences for K-8th grade students,” DMIS draws on familiar Disney musical titles — such as Aladdin, The Aristocats, Frozen and The Lion King — offering “KIDS” or “JR” adaptations that are specifically designed for elementary and middle school-age children to perform in a ...
  • Monday, June 08, 2020 01:27 PM
    TPAC’s Disney Musicals in Schools Program Keep Kids in the Spotlight
    Since 2011, Tennessee Performing Arts Center has been putting local students in the spotlight with its Disney Musicals in Schools program. In fact, TPAC Education and Metro Nashville Public Schools actually pioneered the innovative program, when they were selected by Disney Theatrical Group to be the first pilot city outside of New York.Dedicated to creating “sustainable theatre experiences for K-8th grade students,” DMIS draws on familiar Disney musical titles — such as Aladdin, The Aristocats, Frozen and The Lion King — offering “KIDS” or “JR” adaptations that are specifically designed for elementary and middle school-age children to perform in a ...