Free Night at the Frist Center…For Nash for Free Fans

Some people hate museums. I don’t understand it, but some people do. If you’re one of those people, then you’re not going to give a shit about this blog post.

However, if you’re one of those awesome people who loves going to museums, especially art museums, then I have a treat for you – you can go to The Frist Center this Friday, July 6th, for FREE, but only if you have the super-special coupon that is the image in this post.

There are a lot of great things at the Frist right now. Creation Story: Gee’s Bend Quilts and the Art of Thornton Dial, Bill TraylorEdward Burtynsky: The Industrial SublimeConstable: Oil Sketches from the Victoria and Albert Museum, and Metamorphoses: Drawings by Erin Anfinson, Kristi Hargrove, Mark Hosford, and Chris Scarborough (which is especially cool).

Also,  ARTini: Constable: Oil Sketches from the Victoria and Albert Museum will take place at 7pm and The Thank You Ma’ams will be performing in the Cafe from 6-8pm. So yes, tons to do with this free night.


-P.S., if the idea of seeing all that great art for free in one day is a little overwhelming, all wearers of red, white, and blue will get free admission to The Frist on July 4th! Happy birthday, America!


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