The Janet Levine March Gallery will feature the work of the Society of Nashville’s Artistic Photographers (SNAP). SNAP has become known for its excellence in fine art photography, creating images that make the viewer smile, think, question, or wonder. Members’ work has been shown not only in local and regional exhibitions and collections, but also in national and international forums as well. The current exhibition at the Gordon JCC is curated by Chris Harris, from the MTSU Department of Media Arts. Harris has compiled a collection of 40 images that vary in technique, style, and viewpoints, showing that fine art photography may be both serious and playful.
SNAP was formed in 2004 when a small group of Nashville photographers met to form an informal group that would concentrate on the creative aspect of photography. Today SNAP provides a forum for discussing the work of members and notable photographers. Building on the advantage of being small and informal, SNAP enables members to have active conversations with each other as well as outside experts-- sharing wisdom, projects, and insights. In short, SNAP is dedicated to promoting fine art photography in Nashville.
The Sig Held Gallery will feature the paintings of Charlie Keats. Charlie is a Nashville native and self-taught artist. He draws inspiration from surrealism and pop art inspired by abstract and familiar concepts of the human form and emotive expression. Charlie creates art while attending the University of Tennessee studying neuroscience.
The House gallery will feature the 2021 Under One Roof community wide collaborative exhibit focusing on Hope and Resilience. The exhibition dates are December 1 -31. The exhibitions are free and open to the public. Any attendees will need to wear masks and sign in at the front desk. For more information, contact the GJCC at 615.354-1699, Curator Carrie Mills at email@example.com, or go to www.nashvillejcc.org.