PROUD SPONSOR of this great event for any creative in Nashville – writer, painter, blogger, musician, designer, web developer, songwriter, sculptor, photographers, interactive designers, video professionals, actors, dancers, marketers, small business owners, interior designers, directors. If you create something, this is the perfect event for you to connect with like-minded people. Join us to learn about ways to make the creative community and economy stronger in Nashville. Learn about the event and purchase tickets here.
Join us as we honor our graduating seniors for their portfolio show. Concluding the event is Nossi’s Semester Award Show as well, where we highlight top-performing students with certificates. The show’s promotional pieces (direct mail, email campaign, social media and website images) were created by Talia Folk, Interactive Graphic Design student graduating this summer. View more of Talia’s work by visiting her portfolio site and her business, Big Foot Studios.
Nossi College of Art invites you to attend our Summer Open House on Thursday, August 11 from 4-7 p.m. Artwork from photographers, illustrators, videographers and designers will be on display to see what the next group of creative professionals is producing in Nashville. It would be a crime to miss this event! While you are here, grab snacks and refreshments while you tour Nossi’s creative campus – chat with students about their experience in art college and discover what it means to be a professional creative in Nashville. A degree from Nossi College can help you succeed in this competitive industry. Come discover how in-demand a creative career can be! Artwork created by Mary Sullivan, a 2016 Summer Illustration Graduate. View more of her work here.
Join us on Thursday, July 21 from 7-9pm for a pop-up art show featuring four of Nashville’s premier visual artists: Troy Duff, Stephen Watkins, Brian Wooden, and Jake Elliott. Be one of the first to see and experience their latest work, ranging from fine graffiti to 8-foot charcoal portraits – pieces you won’t find in any traditional gallery. This is a free event, and we encourage you to support local artists and Southern Word by purchasing art or by making a donation to this worthy cause. With your generosity, we can enable more spoken word school residencies, after-school workshops, and youth performances; and, ultimately, liberate more students through the power of expression.