The Art Institute of Tennessee—Nashville Launches New Community Education Program
June 9, 2017
For the first time in its ten-plus year history, The Art Institute of Tennessee-Nashville, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta is opening its doors to local residents as part of a new community enrichment program. The program will offer fun, informative, and affordable classes on a wide range of subjects and will be taught by Ai Tennessee - Nashville instructor-professionals, chefs, faculty, and staff.
“Our campus is one of Nashville’s hidden treasures,” says President Greg Chapman. “Everyone’s invited to take advantage of what we have to offer--from our amazing facilities to our talented faculty. We’re a bustling creative community looking forward to making a lot of new friends.”
In addition to its classrooms and labs, the college campus boasts a student-run fine dining restaurant, photography and film/video studios, plus a recording studio designed by Walters-Storyk Design Group.
Some of Ai Tennessee - Nashville’s summer course offerings include:
• Culinary Japan: Sushi & Tempura
• Creating Music with Electronics
• Summer Poetry Workshop
• Baking Quick Breads
• The Art of Blues Guitar
Look for The Art Institute of Tennessee - Nashville’s 50% off all summer classes coupon in the Nashville Scene. For more information, call 866-747-5770, or visit: getcreative.artinstitutes.edu/nashville
To request accommodations in connection with this event, contact the Student Affairs Department or program organizer in advance at (866)747-5770.
Courses are non-credit bearing and do not transfer into any program offered at The Art Institute of Tennessee – Nashville.