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February 2018 Events

African American History Month 2018-02-01 Several events throughout Music City will honor Black History Month including the Downtown Public Library, local universities, and other venues. For a more comprehensive list of activities, visit and search Black Heritage events.

Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville 2018-02-02 This year’s Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville will feature more than 150 curated dealers in antiques, fine art, and horticulture from all over the world. With your General Admission ticket, you will have three full days to explore, discover, shop and stroll through four lovely gardens – all in the elegant comfort of Nashville’s award-winning Music City Center. For more information, call (615) 352-9064 or visit

Black History Month at the Hermitage 2018-02-03 Join us each Saturday in February as The Hermitage commemorates the contributions of African-Americans to American life. The month concludes with the annual memorial service at Hermitage Church For more information, call The Hermitage at (615) 889-2947 or visit

Nashville Conference on African-American History and Culture 2018-02-09 The 37th annual event will honor the contributions of African Americans to Nashville and Tennessee through historical and cultural presentations by historians, artists, students, dramatists, musicians and genealogists. Event will take place at TSU's Avon Williams Campus. For more information, visit the Metro Historical Commission's website at

The Illusionists 2018-02-16 This mind blowing spectacular showcases the jaw dropping talents of five of the most incredible Illusionists on earth. The Illusionists™ – Live From Broadway™ has shattered box office records across the globe and dazzles audiences of all ages with a powerful mix of the most outrageous and astonishing acts ever to be seen on stage. This non-stop show is packed with thrilling and sophisticated magic of unprecedented proportions. For more information, contact TPAC at (615) 782-4000 or visit

Slavery, the Prison Industrial Complex: 2018-02-23 New Orleans natives and husband-and-wife team Keith Calhoun and Chandra McCormick have been documenting African American life in Louisiana for more than 30 years. Since 1980, they have made regular visits to the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola to photograph life on the prison farm, which was founded on the consolidated land of several cotton and sugarcane plantations. Their poignant black-and-white images record the exploitation of the men incarcerated within the maximum-security prison farm while also showcasing the prisoners’ humanity and individual narratives. For more information, contact Frist Center for the Visual Arts at (615) 244-3340 or visit

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