March at the museum
Visit the Museum's new 5th Avenue of the Arts exhibition and Hatch Show Print's Haley Gallery during the First Saturday Art Crawl! The Museum's new Community Corridor features works by Drew Galloway and John Guider. Hatch Show Print's Haley Gallery is home to historic restrikes of original posters from the Hatch collection, as well as Master Printer Jim Sherraden's monoprints-contemporary interpretations and celebrations of the classic wood blocks of Hatch Show Print, all available for purchase. Presented as part of Nashville Downtown Partnership's First Saturday Art Crawl. Free.event details
Poirer will speak, answer questions and show a series of short films that bring together two media: printing and cinema. Poirer will also share the process and results of letterpress printing directly on the surface of film stock. Hatch Show Print Space for Design. 1 Hour. Free.event details
March 4, 2014
LOS ANGELES-An all-star lineup that catapulted across generations and genres entertained an attentive and packed Club Nokia audience with stunning vocals and searingly emotional songs during a stylish All for the Hall fundraising concert for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on March 4. Each artist focused on intimate acoustic performances that highlighted their voices and the power of well-crafted lyrics while spinning personal stories that swung from heartfelt to amusing.
Have your child wear their MNPS t-shirt to receive free admission and the adult discount, and don't forget to ask for your Intercession Activity Pack at the Museum Box Office!event details
Pete Anderson gained prominence in the 1980s for his guitar and production work with Dwight Yoakam. Their collaboration generated over a dozen Top Ten singles and re-established the Bakersfield Sound as a force on country radio. Anderson also produced records for Mark Chesnutt, Sara Evans, Michelle Shocked, Tanya Tucker, and Roy Orbison, including Orbison's Grammy-winning duet with k.d. lang, "Crying." In recent years, Anderson has turned his attention to performing the R &B and blues that first inspired him while growing up in Detroit. Anderson will discuss his career and perform songs from the Bakersfield repertoire and from his latest release, Bird Above Guitarland. Takes place in the Museum's Ford Theater. This program will be streamed live. Live stream powered by NewTek TriCaster. Presented in support of the Museum's exhibition The Bakersfield Sound: Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, and California Country. See Program Pass guidelines for admission to this program.event details