This is a short list of links to get you acquainted with what to see and do in Nashville if you are new to Music City! Parts of this list will likely grow and change, so check back often.
Art Galleries and Museums
Haynes Galleries -beautiful collection of paintings and sculpture displayed in a home dedicated to art. By appointment only, contact Gary Haynes @email@example.com.
Richland Gallery - in Green Hills
Leipers Creek Gallery- in Leipers Fork, TN. a really cute town about 35-40 minutes from the studio
The Frist Center of Visual Arts is downtown and about 10 minutes from the studio by interstate. It stays open late on Thursday and Friday nights 10 am-9 pm. The other days the hours are 10 am-5:30 pm.
Art Supply Stores:
Michaels 100 Oaks -across the street from Warehouse 521. A Walmart and Home Depot are across the street as well.
Plaza Art - @10-12 minutes from the studio
Jerry's Artarma is in East Nashville. @15-20 min. from studio
Warehouse 521 is in the Berry Hill neighborhood home to many recording studios, local shops and restaurants.
Some Local Favorites:
The Yellow Porch (walking distance to WH 521)
Burger Brothers -on Bransford Ave. walking distance to WH 521)
Sunflower Cafe -Vegetarian restaurant behind Yellow Porch walking distance to WH 521)
Vui's Kitchen: fresh vietnamese across street from WH521.
Sam and Zoe's Coffee shop
Other Local Favorites:
Rolf and Daughters
Milk and Honey
Sunflower Cafe (behind Yellow Porch walking distance to WH 521)
Wild Cow (East Nashville)
Live Music Venues & Hall of Fame
Grand Olde Opry
Music Row is a street where a lot of music business action happens. Drive straight down and you will see local artist, Alan Lequire's sculpture, Musica and behind it is Haynes Galleries.
Malls & Shopping & Sites
East Nashville (artsy neighborhood and shops)
Walking or driving down Broadway towards the Cumberland River to get a feel of downtown