Many organizations in Nashville support those less fortunate. This is another example of Nashvillians reaching out and helping others.
The Cumberland Gallery Local Fare is a worthwhile community event that helps provide food for the needy in Music City. The display features a group exhibition of invited Artists, and a local roster of unique Artists, showcasing several small and medium forms of media.
The watch words of this event are “From farm to table, from gallery to home,” and the benefactor of this special event is The Nashville Food Project. This organization grows organic food in their own gardens, cooks healthy, garden-grown meals, and feeds the hungry.
Local Fare will display now through January 14, at the Cumberland Gallery, located at 4107 Hillsboro Circle.
Artists invited to participate in this exclusive event include Amanda Brown, Kell Black, Susan Bryant, Marilyn Murphy, Warren Greene, Barry Buxhamper, Don Gilbert, Jeff Donley, James Gibson, Robert Durham, Terry Williams, Red Grooms, John Wilkinson, Johan Hagaman, Max Shuster, John Henry, Greg Sand, Bill Killebrew, Andrew Saftel, Ray Kleinlein, and Billy Renkl.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 615-297-0296, for more details, dates, and times of Local Fare.
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***Brett Matthew West is a Nashvillian and a long time Freelance Writer. His myriad of feature articles have been published in a vast array of newspapers and magazines around the United States. He also possesses an extensive online presence for his Short Stories.***