The Frist Art Museum will mark Juneteenth—Saturday, June 19—with free art-making activities in the Turner Courtyard and a free on-site viewing of N2020: Community Reflections in the auditorium.

N2020: Community Reflections was guest curated by Woke3, an influential muralist and founder of Norf Art Collective. Conceived as an online exhibition, it debuted at on March 3, the one-year anniversary of the brutal tornado that devastated North Nashville and other areas of the city.

The online exhibition has been transformed into a forty-seven-minute video that showcases choreography, dance, music, photography, spoken-word poetry, and video created by Nashville artists reflecting on the year 2020.

Join us in the Turner Courtyard to design your own freedom flag and learn more about destinations in the city that will deepen understanding of Nashville’s Black history.

To learn more about Juneteenth celebrations across the city, please visit

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