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Posted on: October 7, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Rutherford Art Alliance joins Boro Art Crawl with showcase at City Hall Rotunda Oct. 11

1st Collaborative Exhibition

A reception for the RAA’s first juried art show will be held at the Murfreesboro City Hall Rotunda Gallery, 111 W. Vine St., Friday, October 11, during the Boro Art Crawl.

The event is a collaboration with the City of Murfreesboro, the Boro Art Crawl, and the Discovery Center’s STEAM Festival. Patrons will have a chance to meet and greet many of the contributing artists representing a wide variety of art forms.

Don't miss seeing the wealth of talent in our community and the Rutherford Arts Alliance. The show celebrates many art forms from pottery and sculpture to painting and jewelry from these local artists: Ray Kleinlein, Lisa Browning, Mira Patel, Susan Truex, Dorothy Stevens, Kaitlin Savage, Randy Richardson, Fiona Dowd, Justyna Kostkowska, Jennifer McGuire, Diane Stockard, Carol Berning, Abby Reish, Susan Carter, Gregory Lannon, Lee Hodges, Barbara Hodges, Ryan Frizzell, Lisa Sims, Mary Veazie, Sharon Trevathon, Ginny Togrye, Elizabeth Bray, Sally Govan, Robyn Rainwater, Meagan Armes, Suzanne LeBeau and Dawna Magliacano

The October Boro Art Crawl event features venues in and around historic downtown Murfreesboro, some new to the crawl, some new to town. The October crawl will include live painting exhibits, live music, refreshments, food trucks, and more at the various venues.  The Boro Art Crawl is 6-9pm Friday, October 11. The crawl features local and regional artists.

Additional details will be posted at www.boroartcrawl.com, Facebook, the Murfreesboro Pulse online and October print edition. 

The Boro Art Crawl is an ongoing event that occurs second Friday’s, every other month (February, April, June, August, October, December), and hosted at local businesses and venues in and around downtown Murfreesboro. Artist submissions are open through the 15th January, March, May, July, September, November.  The Boro Art Crawl is made possible thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, venues, and artists. Contact us at BoroArtCrawl@gmail.com for sponsorship opportunities.

Venues during the October BAC are: Boro Town Cakes, Center for the Arts, Dreamingincolor, Experience Community Church, Faithful Strokes, FunTiques, Half Hill, Farm's Wellness Emporium, Hernandez Mexican Deli, Jimmy Fox Agency, L&L Contractors,Mayday Brewery, NextHome Realty, Nick Newtons & Spinellis Pizza, ReVintaged Lemon, Shaman CBD, Simply Pure Sweets, Sugarees, The Bug Man,The Tasty Table and Olive Branch Bakery, Transparent Heart Yoga, Veda's Flowers, and VIne Street Market. #comecrawlyall

The RAA is an independent, nonprofit advocacy group created to identify, unite and promote arts, culture, and heritage throughout Rutherford County, Tennessee. Their purpose is “connecting creatives and community.” The RAA advocates a cooperative, not competitive, approach. They believe that partnering with existing arts organizations, individuals, and other groups—representing government, education, business, wellness, and more—is foundational to their mission and future success.  For more information, contact Deb Hunter at dhunter@murfreesborotn.gov or 615-962-7725.

The Boro Art Crawl was founded in 2015 by a group of local artists who wanted to help foster the artistic community in their hometown. For more information about the Boro Art Crawl visit their website at www.boroartcrawl.com.

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