Thursday, August 23, 2012

Art Tells a Story

Art by Bill Traylor at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts

Give your child a picture book and ask for a story.
Or walk into your local art museum and find a
story there. 
Nashville currently offers several exhibits that
will appeal to your children, and even
some that you can climb.
Bill Traylor's images at the Frist Center have the
kid appeal of clear images and fun subjects,
like the elephant above. 

The Gee's Bend quilt exhibit gives kids a chance to see that the things around them can be art too.
Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and Museum
offers the stunning photos of "Every Tree 
Tells a Story" and even more exciting for
kids, treehouses based on books like 
The Rainbow Fish.
Hurry, these exhibits will soon be gone.
What are the exhibits that spur your kid's imagination?


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