The Nashville Fashion Forward Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee invites you to celebrate and support the entrepreneurial spirit of Nashville’s creative arts and fashion community with Nashville Fashion Week and our partner OZ Arts Nashville at the 10 Year Celebration Party and Nashville Fashion Forward Awards on Saturday, April 4 at OZ Arts Nashville. The Celebration Party and Nashville Fashion Forward Awards will close out Nashville Fashion Week.This is the fifth year that Nashville Fashion Week will present its Nashville Fashion Forward Awards to recognize community leaders that have made an impact on the Nashville fashion industry. Many more details about this 10 Year Celebration Party and about the talented people receiving one of the Nashville Fashion Forward Awards will be shared soon.The ninth Nashville Fashion Week will be held March 31- April 4 in partnership with OZ Arts Nashville. All proceeds from Nashville Fashion Week benefit the Nashville Fashion Forward Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.Source: Submitted.
The stories and songs from the original songwriters for an intimate listening experience in one of Franklin’s character venues: Merridee’s Breadbasket 110 Fourth Avenue South Franklin, TN 37064 Admission is free. Tips are encouraged. Complimentary garage parking is available across the street. Music at Merridee’s is a Layne Rogers Production presented by RadioSobro.
Global Education Center is excited to be a Screening Partner of the 2019-2020 Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers, a film series that brings the best of new independent film to communities across the South. The Circuit takes the audience away from their televisions, computers, tablets and phones to connect them with independent filmmakers – live! Southern Circuit transforms watching film from a solitary experience into a communal one. Global Education Center has chosen a diverse array of films that will provide audiences with the opportunity to meet filmmakers and learn about the art of film making; and encourage community engagement using film as a conduit for discussions about social and community issues. Little Miss Westie follows two transgender siblings as they navigate puberty, school, family and transitioning during the Trump era. Ren is competing in the Lil Miss Westie Pageant; her older brother Luca is coaching her on posing, make-up, and talent. He knows his stuff because he competed six years ago when he was living as a girl. Moving and unflinching, Little Miss Westie challenged basic ideas about gender, while entertaining audiences as this tween and teen bicker, struggle, and compete while coming of age.Source: Submitted