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DBOgallery 106 N. Second Street, Clarksville, TN Artist Information:   Unhoused Nashville Artists Exhibit in Clarksville, TN Nashville nonprofit, Daybreak Arts, expands exposure opportunities for local unhoused artists to audiences outside of Davidson County. Daybreak…

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106 N. Second Street, Clarksville, TN

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  Unhoused Nashville Artists Exhibit in Clarksville, TN
Nashville nonprofit, Daybreak Arts, expands exposure opportunities for local unhoused artists to audiences outside of Davidson County.
Daybreak Arts will be featuring multiple artists and their unique styles in an upcoming exhibition at DBO Gallery at 106 N 2nd St in Clarksville, TN. The exhibit will be viewable during the Clarksville Art Crawl, starting Thursday November 3rd (5:00-8:00 PM)–Tuesday November 29th.
Proceeds from art sales go to the artists and organization which reinvests its portion to continue providing supplies, space, education, and a marketplace at no cost. The event is free to attend, and no registration is required.
“Access is so important. That’s what I love about Daybreak Arts. Since I’ve joined, I’ve sold more work than I ever have before. This place has given me an opportunity to be seen.” – Daybreak Artist, BANDY
In addition to Davidson County, Daybreak Arts currently exhibits in Williamson and Sumner Counties and is excited to add Montgomery County to its growing list of opportunities to showcase their artists’ work.
About Daybreak Arts
Located on Dickerson Pike in East Nashville, Daybreak Arts is a social enterprise nonprofit that provides individualized support, resources, space, education, and a marketplace to artists experiencing homelessness and housing insecurity in Nashville, TN. Our tailored and trauma-informed approach allows participants to increase economic mobility by producing marketable art, gaining skills, building relationships, and earning income through creative endeavors.
For more information, contact Daybreak Arts’ Founder and Executive Director at Nicole@DaybreakArts.org, 502-600-1221

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