Hey, You! If you’re in Nashville, come out tomorrow, (Thursday, Sept. 17), and see ART at PARKS. My daughter, Grace Goad, who is 21 and has autism, is a featured artist. In addition to buying a knock-out painting for your home, you can get a jump on holiday shopping because we’ll have her merchandise there for a “Pop-Up.” That means, for this venue, two types of Notecard Sets and coaster-sized Art Tiles. We have the popular Spring/Summer line and then the warm colors of her Fall/Winter line, too. Great teacher gifts, stocking stuffers, and a treat for you. If you miss this event, you can still see Grace’s and the paintings of Bill Wise and Bobette Tusa through December. For more pop-ups, you can catch us at Friday night’s pop-up at the Bellevue Farmer’s Market, 5:30 to 7, in Red Caboose Park. And then, we are THRILLED to have been chosen for University School of Nashville’s (USN)’s artisan market, POPclectic, on Saturday, Oct. 24, 10-4 during the popular, juried artclectic. And there’s more! Here’s a run down in sum:
Exhibition & night of – PopUp / 4025 Hillsboro Road, Nashville 37215 (615)383-6600Enter the Hill Center (Whole Foods) lot nearest Anthropologie & California Pizza Kitchen, travel to the top of the garage and walk down one level.
Bellevue Farmer’s Market – Pop-up – (Purple Tent)
Shimai Gallery of Contemporary Craft Open House (on the grounds of the Loveless Cafe)
University School of Nashville (USN)’s artclectic’s POPclectic artisan market
United Methodist Publishing House (*private* mini exhibit/pop-up)
Grace’s new CBTP placement is located at UMPH. We are very happy to be there.)
Flash and Trash and a little bit of Sass, a Belle Meade pop-up featuring Grace Goad | Autism Art, Stella & Dot by Kathy Chaney, and cute, affordable, and comfy clothing by clothing proprietor, Ramona Witzgall.
We’re planning on into the New Year with an exhibition at Bellevue’s Crumb de la Crumb Cafe & Bakery, Jan-Mar., and a featured artist, along with two other artists with autism, plus a couple of musicians for Autism Awareness Month at Jack Yacoubian Jewelers in downtown Franklin, in April with a kick off April 1 during the First Friday monthly Art Scene. Plus, more exhibitions are being planned in addition to pop-ups around town.Be sure and get on our mailing list, it’s free. You’ll be sure to be notified for events. Our emails are infrequent and you’ll help us out by entering your info. See the bottom right hand area of this blog.