Artlightenment Festival Hosts Artists’ Tea

Eighth Annual Multi-media Art and Film Festival, Artlightenment, held its annual artists’ tea and pre-show workshop.

Nashville, TN, November 05, 2016 --( Artlightenment, the annual multi-media art show and film festival, which this year will showcase more than thirty visual artists, painters and photographers, and more than forty filmmakers, will run November 10-12 at the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville, 1130 8th Ave. S., Nashville, TN, 37203. Created by painter, sculptor and film producer, Robyn Morshead in 2009, this three day event also features workshops, live music and a fashion show, making it a vital force in Nashville’s creative community.

This past weekend, the festival held its annual artists’ tea, with all visual artists invited to meet one another before the show. They were also treated to a workshop by Morshead and fashion designer Elisabeth Donaldson on the subject “How to Sell Your Art.”

The theme of this year’s festival is “America-Its Cultures and Influences” and will feature the work of legendary painter Jim Warren, one of the most versatile and successful artists living today. Ticketholders will enjoy a rare opportunity, not only to see Mr. Warren’s work, but to meet him in person during a brief reception, on Saturday, November 12 at 6:30pm. He will then speak about his legendary career, which has spanned four decades.

In addition to Mr. Warren’s work, over 30 visual artists will have their art on display beginning at 6:00 pm on Thursday, November 10. The 2016 Film Festival will include short films created by both Nashville filmmakers and filmmakers from 35 countries around the world. These films will be screened nightly throughout the Festival.

Artlightenment is also proud to feature professors and student filmmakers from MTSU, including well-known Documentary Filmmaker Tom Neff who will showcase some of his photography. These works will be shown throughout the Festival’s three day run.

Tickets for this revolutionary event are $10 for three days. Ticketholders have access to all exhibits and workshops as well as the Film Festival and closing-night awards and fashion shows. For more information on the Artlightenment 2016 Art and Film Festival, to see the schedule of events, or to purchase tickets, please visit: Enjoy a sneak-peek of Artlightenment’s Art Show, (no ticket required) on November 5, which will dovetail with the WEHO Art Crawl, beginning at 6:00 pm at 1130 8th Ave. S., Nashville, TN, 37203.
Julie Brinker