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Method Actor

Chris Fornal’s interdisciplinary approach and emphasis on old-fashioned art-making gave a multinational business an innovative new look for their company calendar.

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Method Actor
Chris Fornal’s interdisciplinary approach and emphasis on old-fashioned art-making gave a multinational business an innovative new look for their company calendar. Read More
Tumble Dry
Tumble Dry

November at Watkins’s new Wedgewood-Houston gallery features Tumble Dry, a performance piece by Kay Kennedy, an interdisciplinary artist living in Nashville.

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Nashville Public Television Indie Lens Pop-Up

The beloved series continues at Watkins with I Am Not Your Negro, by Raoul Peck, which uses James Baldwin’s unfinished book Remember This House to tell the story of race in America. The film won Best Documentary Feature at the 2017 Academy Awards.

Anderson Design Show

A look at the work of Watkins alumni who have worked at the famed Anderson Design Group studio, which is known for high-quality original illustrated prints and books, and its new book on the National Parks.

Watkins at the Belcourt

Watkins at the Belcourt features the work of alumnus Xavier Payne. Payne is passionate about creating artwork with a nostalgic quality and rich colors. Inspired by American movie posters and album covers from every era, he likes to create narratives with his work and mix subject matter, such as fantasy, violence, human rights, love and hate, […]

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