The region’s premier photographic gallery will reopen Monday, Jan. 27, for a 50th anniversary celebration in a bright new space at MTSU, welcoming the campus and community with a fascinating exhibit and lecture from renowned photographic artists Jerry Uelsmann and Maggie Taylor.
MTSU’s nationally renowned Baldwin Photographic Gallery, established on campus in 1964, will reopen to the public at 4 p.m. Jan. 27 in brand new quarters on the second floor of the Bragg Mass Communication Building.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — As the nation remembers Martin Luther King Jr., a rediscovered audiotape of an interview with the civil rights leader sheds new light on a famous phone call John F. Kennedy made to King's wife in 1960.
Many historians say Kennedy's phone call to Coretta Scott King expressing concern over her husband's arrest in October 1960 — and Robert Kennedy's work behind the scenes to get King released — helped JFK win the White House.
MTSU’s Todd Art Gallery is kicking off the spring 2014 semester Tuesday, Jan. 21, with a fresh new exhibit, “Shoebox: An International Sculpture Exhibition,” and an awards reception for the participating international artists.
The Department of Art at MTSU will welcome artists and the public to the free reception, which is set from 5 to 7 p.m. Jan. 21, in the gallery inside the university’s Todd Building. The “Shoebox” exhibit will be on display through Friday, Feb. 14.
Celebrate your love of Nashville this Valentine’s Day, as Nashville Ballet’s Attitude marries two very uniquely Nashville past times: live music and dance. Nashville Ballet presents Attitude at TPAC’s Polk Theater February 14-16, sponsored by SunTrust Bank and Nashville Scene. This special presentation of innovative art combines contemporary dance from three cutting-edge choreographers with live music from various local artists.