The First Saturday Art Crawl is always the place to be, but this month, it truly can’t be missed. Kicking off with the Official After Party on Saturday night, the weekend is full of special events and performances that highlight how creative and talented our community is.
SATURDAY, APRIL 6
FirstBank First Saturday Art Crawl
6-9pm | Downtown Nashville
Presenting local and world-renowned artists and artwork, the galleries in downtown Nashville offer rare opportunities to view diverse exhibitions featuring every genre of art. Admission free, FirstBank First Saturday Art Crawl is a festive atmosphere with participating venues all welcoming the community to experience downtown Nashville as a center for art.
Garden of Earthly Delights: Official Art Crawl After Party
9pm-12am | 21c Museum Hotel Nashville
Join us at 21c after Nashville’s First Saturday Art Crawl for drinks (including a complimentary cocktail, courtesy of Cathead Vodka!), bites, and live entertainment (featuring local music, burlesque, and drag performances)! We’re after-partying from 9 til midnight. Free & open to the public. 21+.
SUNDAY, APRIL 7
10am-3pm | Gray & Dudley
Bring your FirstBank First Saturday Art Crawl Sticker to brunch at Gray & Dudley for discounts on special Brunch cocktails!
POISON GARDEN: A Multimedia Motorhome Installation
2-5pm | The Alley next to 21c Museum Hotel Nashville
Fatty Con Fetti is the Queen of Discomfort™, who tours and hosts POISON GARDEN: a multimedia motorhome installation. The digital body of Fatty is projected out of the helmet visitors sport, as she introduces them to her iterations of poisonous flowers that propose the corrupted fragrance of everyday toxic elements.
Cowboy Microwave Music
7pm | Acme Feed & Seed
Outlaw Crooner of Suburbia ELLIOT SHEEDY performs Cowboy Microwave Music: a solo-record created by the artist, this is a live musical performance featuring octave-fuzz guitar solos from Arcadia, cluster-chord synth panorama to convert the Philistine, lyrical distillation of the Zeitgeist via electric shaman incantation. Including a threshing floor stage made out of trinitite – created by the artist Sofia Caetano.