Frist Art Museum
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As one of Nashville's most prestigious art institutions, The Frist Center for the Visual Arts presents high-calibre exhibitions every six to eight weeks that feature artists from the region and around the world...
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The Frist Art Museum opened in April 2001 and has since hosted touring exhibitions from some of the most prestigious collections in the world, as well as award-winning shows organized in-house. Exhibitions change every few months, so plan to visit often to see what’s new.
A small local museum. There is no permanent collection, so there is always something new to see!
Classic art deco building houses a museum with rotating visual exhibitions & educational programs.
Classic art deco building houses a museum with rotating exhibitions & educational programs.
Always has great exhibits. Amazing art deco architecture in this old post office building
Free The Frist Art Museum is novel in that it doesn’t really maintain a permanent collection of artwork, choosing instead to showcase rotating exhibits of local, regional artists along with major US and international traveling exhibitions. The Frist’s YouTube channel offers archives of lectures,…
Occupying one of Nashville’s great historical landmarks, the Frist Center hosts a spectacular array of art from around the world, and serves as an important cultural focal point for the city.
Located downtown in the city's attractive old post office building, it's notable for its many visiting art exhibits from around the world.
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