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PEGGY HALSEY EXHIBIT

 

THANDIWE SHIPHRAH EXHIBIT

 

Peggy Halsey

PEGGY HALSEY
Believing is Seeing

"The natural world, with its amazing beauty and diversity, calls to me. Living in north Florida offers endless opportunities for observing flora and fauna, from springs to shore birds to native plants. I had always heard the line, "seeing is believing", but I now feel that believing is seeing as well. Colorful veins in leaves, intricate feather patterns, ripples in sand and water - all attest to a loving and creative spirit, and call us to take good care of this amazing earth." -Peggy Halsey

ARTIST'S RECEPTION Free & open to all - Apr 2 from 4-6p

OPENING Apr 1 THROUGH June
HOURS M-Sat 8a-9p - Sun 8a-4p
MORE INFO jsohl@scarrittbennett.org

Located on the 2nd floor of the Laskey Building on the Scarritt-Bennett campus.

1008 19th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37212 (615) 340-7500

 

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Thandiwe Shiphrah- Poet

THANDIWE SHIPHRAH
Treble Clef(t):
An Inner-Action Art Exhibit

Treble Clef(t): An Inner Action Art Exhibit is a collection of imagery inspired by poetry and music and the artist's dreams, prayers, hopes and aspirations. The exhibit features colorful drawings, paintings, collages, and mixed-media assemblages. Together, they comprise a visual journal that invites viewers to reflect on the ways in which art can help us connect with ourselves and each other.

About the Artist: Thandiwe Shiphrah is a multidisciplinary artist and community activist whose work examines the connection between creativity, art making, and personal/community life enrichment. Working in watercolor, acrylic, pastel, and collage, her visual art often incorporates yard sale and thrift store finds, personal photographs, fabric, dictionary text, and her own writings. Thandiwe is the author of Leftover Light: Poems and Don't Make No Sense: A Creative Response to Your Life's True Calling. She has co-produced two spoken word and music CDs in collaboration with her husband, composer/musician Daniel Arite. Her poetry has been published in anthologies, journals and magazines, on public radio and internet podcasts, and on public transit. Thandiwe's latest initiative, MuseWisdom.com, is a creativity capacity-building consultancy dedicated to arts-based learning and community building.

ARTIST'S RECEPTION July 11 from 4:30-6p
Free and open to the public
THROUGH Sept 29
HOURS M-Sat 8a-9p - Sun 8a-4p
MORE INFO jsohl@scarrittbennett.org

Located on the 2nd floor of the Laskey Building on the Scarritt-Bennett campus.

1008 19th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37212 (615) 340-7500

 

 

 

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Mon-Sat 8a-9p - Sun 8a-4p

LOCATION
The Laskey Building on the
Scarritt-Bennett campus (2nd floor)

Scarritt-Bennett Center
1008 19th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37212