Explore Nashville's Public Art with Metro Arts New Mobile-Friendly Site

Have you ever taken the Demonbreun roundabout and wondered what the statue of bronze dancing nudes was all about?  Or, have you ever walked downtown on Broadway and noticed the remnants of a red roller coaster straight across the river?  Well, lucky for you and everyone else interested in the public art around our creative city, the Metro Nashville Arts Commission has introduced a mobile-friendly guide that allows visitors and locals alike to learn more about the pieces around town and in their neighborhoods.

In addition to the Metro Arts public art collection, ExploreNashvilleArt.com also includes over 120 Art in Public Places featuring guided tours, geo-alerts, videos and interviews.  Essentially, they have created a FREE (yes, free) one stop shop for all things public art so you can have an artful day without having to get out of your car (although, we hope you do to come see us here). Here is the link to ExploreNashvilleArt.com

Source: http://www.explorenashvilleart.com/en/inde...