About the Museum
Housed in Nashville's historic Post Office building, the Frist Art Museum is a non-collecting museum that focuses on creating high quality exhibitions as well as securing traveling exhibitions from around the country and the world. The Frist Art Museum has become a center for Nashville’s rapidly expanding visual arts scene. Exhibitions rotate every 6 to 8 weeks. Past and present exhibits include Roman art, Australian Aboriginal art, collections by Nashville-born artists and more. The museum also promotes learning through creating art in its Martin ArtQuest Gallery, with 30 interactive stations. In this experimental art space, guests can create works of their own.
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