The graphic design show, Ethos, Pathos, Logos, transfers from the Nashville airport to Bohan Gallery. The show includes the work of alumni in the graphic design and illustration programs.
Nashville Design Week is a weeklong, city-wide series of interdisciplinary programs and events to unite the design community, promote collaboration and idea sharing, engage the public, and elevate the impact of Nashville’s design economy.
More than 50 pieces from the collection of Mary and her late husband Walt Schatz, a longtime Watkins trustee, will be available for purchase, through a silent auction.
HerStory Cinephilia Society, a sponsored project of the Arts and Business Council of Nashville, will present arts and entertainment created by filmmakers who happen to be women during a weekend full of film screenings
James’s show, titled Desert Culture, provokes lessons learned through familial and traditional ties and through the sharing of visuals and materials that build a cultural landscape.
Want to take the first step in your artistic journey but aren’t quite sure how? Join us for Watkins Portfolio Day and meet with faculty and other artist-professionals.
Tennessee Craft offers an annual, one-day professional development workshop, hosted and co-sponsored by Watkins College of Art, to help artists grow their craft careers.
Watkins’s film MFA is immersive and the MFA in Visual Arts is low-residency. Take the first step with either program by joining us for this event, meeting faculty and fellow artists, and exploring your interests.
Join us for our Spring Open House where you can take a tour of the state-of-the-art facilities, attend presentations about the college and its offerings.
Join us for our always-anticipated spring benefit, Glimpse, which celebrates creativity and its transformative powers.
If you are contemplating making a change in your education, or have decided to, attend Watkins’s Transfer Day to better understand the college’s vibrant community.