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Find your purpose to pour! From modern to vintage, A Purpose to Pour will showcase an array of sculptures, paintings, photography, fashion and home décor. While perusing and bidding on the work of Nashville's best artisans, enjoy unique bites from Pour House Burgers, Bourbon & Brews & two glass of your favorite drink (and even add a flight of bourbon!)
In the midst of it all, Americana Radio Chart Topping-artist Jonell Mosser and Nashville-based, national touring artist Jim Oblon will serenade the night. A Purpose to Pour celebrates the beauty of being artistic and environmentally-conscious. The proceeds and purpose will benefit SMART! Scrap Made Art supplies, a recycled art store that will support people with intellectual disabilities.
Perfect way to enjoy Artober & give back!
A Purpose to Pour will benefit SMART!, Scrap Made Art supplies, a great new social enterprise that will employ people with intellectual disabilities and keep scraps out of our beautiful city's landfill!
To find out more about submitting items to A Purpose to Pour or opportunities to support the event, please contact Kelli Monday at (615) 577-4723 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SMART! art supplies - broken glass, tile and grout - used for creative coasters
When & Where
SmART! Supplies is a re-purposed art supply store where artists, school teachers, craftspeople, seamstresses and anyone in between can purchase unique, recycled items for any arts and crafts project. Customers will be able to purchase these recyclable items - from Popsicle sticks to water bottle tops - in bulk for their projects at affordable prices. In the future, SmART! Supplies will also feature art classes and gallery space. Along with providing a cool new art store for Nashville, SmART! benefits Progress Inc.'s mission of giving people with intellectual disabilities meaningful employment
About Progress Inc. is a non-profit organization that promotes health, happiness and safety for adults with disabilities and seniors needing care. We provide staff supports to bridge the gap between limited independence and the realization of the best possible life. Since 1971, we have provided round-the-clock staff at the home of those individuals through our residential services. Progress also provides day program services that keep our clients with intellectual disabilities engaged in the community and gainfully employed.