Monday, June 28

Hillsboro Village Art Walk Honky Tonk

Let me just say Nashvillians must be tired cause we're art walkin' and crawlin' all over town. What can I say, we heart art!

This Thursday, July 1st we will be walking again, this time at Hillsboro Village on 21st Avenue. Hillsboro Village Art Walk is held every first Thursday of the month from 5-8 PM. This month's line up is the largest one yet.

There will be artwork, photography, jewelry and live music! We may have to just close down the street and have us a good ol' fashion block party. The best part is temperatures are cooling this week and Thursday will be sunny with a high of 86.

I recommend getting there as early as you can, find a place to park and start walking. Listen for the music playing cause from Acklen to Blakemore you'll find all the action you'll need for a Thursday afternoon. Plan to stay for dinner and hang out afterwards with your friends to start your 4th of July weekend early.

If you've never been to Hillsboro Village for the evening, this is the night to start your adventure. The shops are very cool and there is definitely something for everyone. If you need me to twist your arm some more then read my post, 3 Reasons to Art Crawl Nashville Style. Did I mention the newest Sweet Cece's opened there last month? Now that seals the deal, see you on Thursday!

Participating Artists
Social Graces: Lisa Stevens
Village of Flowers: Artwork by Amanda Sears, photography by Sue Henry and music by 3 Day Monk
1000 Faces: Jewelry by Leah McIntyre
Provence: Artwork by Holly Everett
Pangaea: Artwork by Jonny Lashley and Jason McDonald and music by Glenna Osborn
Belcourt Theatre: Artwork by Ann Tiley
Sunset Grill: Artwork by Paul Harmon
Fido's: Artwork by Courtney Ann Greenlee "Hollaback Holland"
SEE Eyewear: Artwork by Beth Inglish
Belmont UMC: Music by Brother Ned Henry
Boscos: Artwork by Aliza Ray and glass jewelry by Meredith Edmondson
Cosmetic Market: Artwork by Dean Tomasek
Nashville's Smallest Art Gallery: Artwork by Dustin and Jemma Hostetler
Retropolitan: Artwork by Kellie Montana
Zeitgiest Gallery: "Right To Assemble" Artwork by Derek Cote, Kristi Hargrove, Todd McDaniel, Andrew Smaldone and Ruth Zelanski

*If you are a participating artist and your name/link is missing please email me at and I will update this post. All other questions to

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