OZ Arts / 6172 Cockrill Bend Circle, Nashville, TN, TN June 21, 2016 - June 25, 2016

Jovanni Luna
Erica Ciccarone
Paul Cain
Mika Agari, Alexine Rioux, and Kayla Saito
Trey Gossett
Jonathan Lisenby
Kit Reuther
Brian Somerville and Will Somerville
Rhendi Greenwell
Phillip Granke
Jim DeVault
Lain York
Gordon Roqué
The Full Scale Millennium Falcon Project
Ozvaldo Gonzalez
Paul Cain
Tyler Blakenship and Sarah McDonald
Briena Harmening and Jaime Raybin
Jason Brown and the Postal Provocateurs
Mary Mooney
Travis Janssen and Alex Lopez
Jennifer Knowles (Brown Dog Bindery)
Joe Nolan and Antonia Oakes
Brandon Greer
Zach Duensing
Jamie Meredith
Jamin Orrall
Beth Inglish
Ben Clark and Matt Fox
Ellie Caudill
Liz Clayton Scofield 35- Amanda Brown and Kyle Jones
Brian Somerville and Will Somerville
Matthew Batty
Abbey Skojec
Patricia Earnhardt and Elizabeth Sanford
George Miller and Vivian Saxon
Mia Krout, Ben Marcantel, Ryan Norris and Christine Rogers
Sarah Cozort
Alexis Colbert
Chip Boles
Rachel de Cuba
Sara Lederach
Ariel Lavery and Christopher Lavery
Ashley Adkins and Leah Sawyer
Emily Holt
Clayton Landiss
Beth Reitmeyer and ELEL
Emily Sue Laird and Jake Wells
Sooner or Later with Tanya Butler, Carla Ciuffo and Dee Simpson
Tony Youngblood
Megan Kelley and Stephen Zerne
Becky Fox Matthews and Dave Matthews
Dylan Ethier and Molly Lahym
Megan Kelley and Stephen Zerne
Middle Tennessee Robotic Arts Society
Jenn Deafenbaugh, Monica Bolles and Make Nashville
Blue Stocking
Colleen Phelps
Rebekah Alexander
Madeleine Hicks and Paul Kintzing
MKAV (Mike Kluge Audio Visual)
Aubrey Derryberry
Brian Siskind
Madeleine Hicks
Andri Alexandrou
Alexine Rioux, Mika Agari, Kayla Saito
Big Guise
Dig Deep Light Show
Marlos E’van
Lindsay Goranson
Dustin Hendrick and Bethany Langford
Ashley Lawless
Ben Marcantel and Ryan Norris

OZ Arts Nashville will present the inaugural OZ Art Fest, a visual art festival, exhibiting an array of large-scale and interactive works for both interior and exterior spaces, June 21-25. Featuring sculpture, mural, photography, text-based billboard art, visual digital technology and more, this weeklong festival also reaches beyond the contemporary arts center’s 10,000-square-foot West Nashville warehouse venue with customized artworks created and displayed in the city’s diverse neighborhoods. OZ Arts plans to present OZ Art Fest, an expansion of OZ Arts’ already-robust program of performances and installations, every two years. 

Highlights of the inaugural edition will include French artist JR’s global portrait project, Inside Out; Israeli-American street artist Addam Yekutieli’s new text-based billboard project, Vicariously Speaking; and the second edition of Tony Youngblood’s acclaimed Modular Art Pods installation, featuring more than 80 Nashville artists. OZ Arts will be open daily, 11am-8pm. Each day throughout the week, a lunchtime talk will take place with one of the festival’s featured artists, 1-2pm. On Friday and Saturday, families will be able to enjoy live music, food trucks and exhibited works from the rarely-accessible hillside at OZ Arts.