From legendary music venues like the Grand Ole Opry or the Ryman Auditorium, to events or performances held at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) or Bridgestone Area, Nashville has a ton of can’t miss attractions that are uniquely Nashville. For locals, among those attractions are the city’s murals… scattered among its neighborhoods, on the sides of buildings, and in alleyways.
In 2016 the Huggington Post did an article highlighting them. These murals are part of it’s vibrant art community, done by local individual street artists or as part of larger efforts like the Nashville Walls Project which has an ambitious agenda for the coming year.
Below are the murals that I am photographing and providing coordinates for so you can visit them yourself as part of a ongoing effort. More will be added as they are found.
If you’d like to visit any of these murals, copy the GPS coordinates posted with each mural into Google Maps as the address. You can also view their locations by going to this blogs Map. Check them out!
Chris Zedek with the Nashville Walls Project
Guido Van Helten
Nashville Walls Project