The Boro Art Crawl returns to downtown Murfeesboro Friday, October 11. The October event features venues in and around historic downtown Murfreesboro, some new to the crawl, some new to town.
They will be performing an acoustic, intimate set. Hit songs include "Come to the Table", "The Words I Would Say", "Live Like That", "You Love Me Anyway" will all be a part of their concert.
With three major studio albums, five #1 hits, and eight top 5 songs under their belt, Sidewalk Prophets has solidified their place among the elite artists in Christian music.
On August 2nd through August 11th, the local Center for the Arts will take on a new show that is quite creative. Bekah Thue, director of "The Last Five Years," explains...
The April Boro Art Crawl celebrates Earth Day with a variety of visual and multimedia artists on Friday April 12, 6-9pm in Murfreesboro, TN.
Love the art's and music? An opportunity filled with both is nearing.
The event entitled, "All About Jazz" will be at St. Paul's Episcopal Church on Saturday, January 26, 2019.
A broad coalition of community volunteers today announced the launch of Rutherford Arts Alliance, an advocacy group dedicated to identifying, uniting, and promoting arts, culture, and heritage in Rutherford County.
The lineup for the 2019 edition of Bonnaroo was released Tuesday, and as usual, it boasts a diverse set of acts and artists spanning a wide array of tastes and styles.
The Boro Art Crawl will feature artists at local venues including boutiques, cafes and more.
The Arts Center of Cannon County presents Hello Dolly: This 1964 Tony Award-winner for Best Musical is based on Thornton Wilder's 1955 play "The Matchmaker" and is the basis for the 1969 film.
In Murfreesboro, the "Borderless Arts Tennessee" program received $7,000. This pilot project partners Borderless Arts with the Veterans Recovery Center at the Alvin C York Medical Center in Murfreesboro...
Proceeds from the sale will be benefiting the Dance for Hope Scholarship Fund. These funds will provide scholarships for young dancers to go to summer dance programs and intensives.
The Center for the Arts is taking the community on a musical journey of cultural revolution with Memphis the Musical on stage this Friday, July 13- 29.
The Tennessee Arts Commission has awarded 347 Fiscal Year 2019 Annual Grants Awards totaling $4,226,710 to help fund arts and cultural activities for arts organizations, schools, local governments, nonprofits and artists in Tennessee.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today announced a partnership with the Country Music Association (CMA) Foundation to launch a $1 million competitive grant opportunity focused on expanding students' access to high-quality music and arts education.
"Lovingly ripped off from the motion picture, Monty Python and the Holy Grail," Spamalot tells the story of the adventures and dangers awaiting King Arthur and his knights of the "very very very "round table in their quest for the holy grail!
Looking for something new to volunteer for? Have you ever thought about being a part of the Arts locally? Taiisha Bradley at the Center for the Arts in Murfreesboro stated...
MTSU Dance Theatre students and faculty and visiting guest artist Alia Kache are celebrating autumn with original works at the Fall Dance Concert, which is set Nov. 30-Dec. 2 in the university's Tucker Theatre.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Stanley are thrilled when Sheridan Whiteside, a brilliant, witty, and widely beloved radio celebrity, accepts their invitation to dinner on his tour through their little town of Mesalia, Ohio.
The Center for the Arts presents the Marc Shaiman and Terrence McNally musical Catch Me If You Can, based on the hit DreamWorks film featuring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks.
Creative Aging TN has awarded 19 grants across Tennessee for programming to connect older adults with creative experiences in their communities.
Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department will host its annual Greenway Arts Festival at Old Fort Park along the Stones River Greenway on September 16, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The Center for the Arts in Murfreesboro is always in need of volunteers... If you like the arts, you may want to think about helping out.
This 30-year span is specific to the formative years of the department's graphic design program and ceases at a point that acknowledges each graduate's further artistic and professional career development over the last five years.
Do you like the arts? Vonchelle Stembridge in Murfreesboro told WGNS about a Friday night (7/28/17) event that will be at the Bradley Academy Museum...
Step into the past...it's prom night in the 1950's...a night that will bring memories for years to come...especially if the memories include MURDER.
With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone's hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City.
Cabaret style seating will be set up for "Girls Night" on November 11th and 18th, and audience members are encouraged to bring food and beverages...
Tyson Pate with Consider This Theater in Smyrna told WGNS a new play will be featured this weekend...
Rambunctious country music pioneer uncle Dave Macon is most often associated with stage lights, but a new MTSU-produced play shows that the bowler-wearing banjoist much preferred "Walking in Sunlight."
Arts in the Park was recently held in Murfreesboro. The event is put together by the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. department.
The Summer Youth Conservatory at the Arts Center of Cannon County helps in the development of life skills through participation in the arts - helping kids reach a new stage!
The performance schedule is May 7 & 14 at 2:00PM. Ticket prices are $10...
MTSU Arts recently opened their performance of West Side Story at Tucker Theater on Wednesday, April 20th, with a sold-out auditorium full of excitement, shock, and not a dry eye by the end of the show! The musical will run until Sunday, April 24th.
The Center for the Arts is presenting the Rutherford County Schools Art Competition and Show.
Music teachers and students from all 12 Murfreesboro City Schools will be participating in the 4th Annual Murfreesboro City Schools Festival Choir concert Thursday, March 10.
Great food and drinks will be served as you boogie down while supporting the arts.
A Christian based drama group will feature a play in the old Smyrna Train Depot over the next two weekends. The group is called "Consider This."
The Center for the Arts is currently taking Artist Submissions for their 2016 Art Gallery shows.
The Tennessee Mafia Jug Band have shamelessly stolen a feature of the old Roy Acuff Show- a bit known as "Pap & the Jug Band".
Photographers Meg Griffiths and José Betancourt will discuss their work on exhibit at MTSU's Baldwin Photographic Gallery in a special public lecture set for 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16.
This family friendly musical features the delightful songs from the popular Disney film including "A Spoonful of Sugar," "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" and "Chim Chim Cher-ee."
The Murfreesboro City Council gave final approval Thursday to the City's participation in a statewide study of the economic impact of arts and culture.
Timothy McCoy is bringing new pieces of history to MTSU's renowned Baldwin Photographic Gallery with a new exhibit of his work on egg white- and metal-treated papers, "The Mark of Time."
The Center for the Arts presents the musical Bonnie and Clyde May 15 - 31, 2015. Frank Wildhorn's electrifying story of love, adventure and the crimes that captured the attention of the country is fearless in its betrayal of the reckless young lovers.
The play is 135 years old, but the upcoming MTSU Theatre production of Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll's House" is serious about ensuring that its true focus of discovering personal identity remains clear.
The Middle Tennessee Arts Academy offers quality educational enrichment to Rutherford County and the surrounding areas.
A starstruck musical theater lover’s imagination comes to life on MTSU’s Tucker Theatre stage April 9-13 with a family-friendly comedy that’s a dream come true for at least two of its actors.
Last year’s production of Jesus Christ Superstar, one of the largest-grossing shows staged by The Center for the Arts in 2013, returns this Easter weekend with its principal cast and crew for a limited four-day run.
The MTSU Department of Art’s Todd Art Gallery (TAG) opens the spring semester Tuesday, January 21, 2014, 5-7 p.m. with an Artists Awards Reception for the first Shoebox...
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