Presented by Carrie Mills 

Join Carrie Mills for a creative fashion workshop inspired by the exhibition Lee Alexander McQueen & Ann Ray: Rendez-Vous. Participants will be introduced to several fashion illustration techniques and approaches to create their own unique creations.

$60 members; $75 not-yet-members (gallery admission and parking validation included) 
Ages 18+ only; space is limited; all skill levels are welcome

About the Teaching Artist

Referred to as a “Renaissance woman” by Nashville Woman magazine, Brooklyn-born Carrie Mills is an artist, fashion designer, stylist, illustrator, singer, songwriter, and columnist. At age 16, she was awarded a scholarship to study fashion design and art history at Parsons School of Design and The New School. She went on to design for Anne Klein in Manhattan, eventually branching out to design handbags and business products.

Upon moving to Nashville, Mills designed a line of vests sold in prestigious Nashville boutiques and worn by numerous country and pop music stars including Blackhawk, Brooks and Dunn, Diamond Rio, The Mavericks, and Ringo Starr. Her fashion illustrations, paintings and collages have been exhibited in several Nashville galleries and can be found in numerous private collections. Her jewelry designs can be found at the ’Darlin boutique and the J Galleries at Gordon JCC showcase. Mills has also run a successful fashion camp for children for over ten years at the Gordon JCC, where she is the curator for the J Galleries. She is also head of programming for the arts at the Madeline Pargh Arts and Crafts Center.

Her work as a fashion stylist and art director with her photographer son, Garrett Mills, can be found at @carrie.mills on Instagram and

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