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Story and photos by Karly Cordell / Contributing Writer Therese Lichtenstein, curator of the “Image Building” exhibition, led the exhibition’s preview on Thursday at the Frist Art Museum in Nashville, Tennessee. Frist Art Museum’s “Image Building: How Photography Transforms Architecture” features artistic and documentary images of iconic modern architecture by photographers from the United States and Europe. …

Photo courtesy of Elaine Marschik / Flickr Thousands of music fans will converge in Birmingham, Alabama, this weekend for a festival named after its unconventional venue, the Sloss Furnaces. The site once used to forge iron for the L&N Railroad will soon be heating up with musical acts ranging from 21 Savage to Chris Stapleton. …

Photos and story by Rachael Anne Keisling / Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the publication Collage: Journal of Creative Expression on Wednesday evening in the Miller Room of the Miller Education Center. The event was hosted by Marsha Powers, an administrator at MTSU’s Honors College. Collage is a student …

Photo courtesy of Flickr Story by Katrina Johnson / Contributing Writer It’s April, and that means it’s crunch time for those graduating in May, which is only two weeks away. Between papers to be write, homework to do, tests to study for, graduation plans to make and jobs to find, it’s a stressful time for …

Photo and story by Andrew Nation / Contributing Writer The Frist Center for Visual Arts opened up two new exhibitions on Feb. 23, which are: “Rome: City and Empire” and “Slavery, the Prison Industrial Complex.” “Rome: City and Empire” is an exhibit that consists of 10 rooms full of ancient statues, busts, paintings and more. Guests …

Photo and story by Jessica Knoble / Contributing Writer A crowd of curious locals surrounded the Murfreesboro courthouse Friday night, eager to encounter Chinese culture. You guessed it; February’s Murfreesboro Art Crawl focused on celebrating the Chinese New Year, and in doing so it featured a team of Dragon Dancers and intimate Chinese art. With 2018 …