Nashville Design Week


On Turrell: Talk with Brian Jobe, Co-Director of Locate Arts and Seed Space
by: Cheekwood with Seed Space

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm - South Nashville

The Carell Woodland Sculpture Trail is a unique attraction among American art museums – a place where contemporary sculpture by internationally recognized artists is integrated into reclaimed woodland. The trail will be undergoing a 2 million enhancement commencing in early 2019, with a planned reopening date of late 2020. An additional gift of 3 million was given for endowment. Enhancement will include ADA accessibility, installation of lighting, and conservation of existing sculptures including Turrell’s Blue Pesher. The talk will be held in the Frist Learning Center’s Great Hall. The Carell Woodland Sculpture Trail enhancement and endowment were made possible by the Ann & Monroe Carell Foundation. Free to attend! Note, the talk will take place in the Frist Learning Center