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Story and Photos by Ethan Pickering | Lifestyles Editor The Baldwin Photographic Gallery at Middle Tennessee State University hosts “Baltimore: Block by Block, Work in Progress” by photographer James Singewald from Sept. 16 to Oct. 28, 2021. The exhibit features a unique array of photos from the urban streets of the Northeastern United States, with …

Story and Photos by Ethan Pickering | Lifestyles Editor Todd Art Gallery hosts oil painting exhibit, “Summer Noise” from the University of Tennessee Knoxville School of Art.  The exhibit was created exclusively by professor of painting at UTK, Jered Sprecher. It will be in the Todd Art Gallery at Todd Hall from August 23, to …

Story and photos by Ethan Pickering – Assistant Editor The Baldwin Photographic Gallery is hosting “An Eye for Justice” photo gallery on the second floor of the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building from February 4 to April 15, 2021. The exhibit features two separate photo galleries by the same photographer, Morrie Camhi. Camhi was born …

Story by Ethan Pickering / Assistant Editor Photos by Ethan Pickering / Assistant Editor The Murfree Art Gallery on Maple Street near downtown Murfreesboro presents “On the Periphery,” an art gallery that is based around the experiences of survivors of stalking. The gallery is an extension of Todd Art Gallery and was created by Middle …

Story by Ashley Barrientos / Lifestyles Editor Photos by Ashley Barrientos / Lifestyles Editor The Frist Art Museum in Nashville celebrated its 20th anniversary on Friday with “Picasso. Figures,” a world-renowned art exhibition from the Musée National Picasso-Paris. Featuring approximately 75 paintings, sketches and sculptures, the exhibit will make its sole U.S. appearance in Nashville …

Story by John Cantor / Contributing Writer Photos by Ethan Pickering / Contributing Writer and Photographer Many people don’t stop to think about whether they have lost the art of being “in touch” with the world around us.  There are moments of engagement in a subject, but there is often an overwhelming abundance of content …