February 15, 2016 – OZ Arts Nashville is pleased to present Montreal-based DJ, graphic artist, composer and music producer Kid Koala’s magical, multi-disciplinary adaptation of his graphic novel Nufonia Must Fall, March 4 & 5.
Jan. 25, 2016 – Taylor Mac, a performance artist like no other, has embarked on a mammoth musical journey to chart the 24-decade history of popular music in America, interpreting songs from the birth of the nation to the present day, in ways that are by turns irreverent and poignant.
October 4, 2015. This week, OZ Arts Nashville brings in MacArthur “Genius” Award winning choreographer Kyle Abraham, who is known for his high-energy contemporary dance works that aim to speak to a new generation of dancers and audiences.
October 4, 2015. One of the things that sets choreographer Kyle Abraham apart — in addition to winning the prestigious MacArthur “Genius Grant” in 2013 — is his ability to translate very personal works to a broad audience.
October 1, 2015. This month OZ Arts continues to expand Nashville’s art experience as it hosts When the Wolves Came In, a 75-minute dance performance by New York choreographer Kyle Abraham that not only speaks to the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, the 20th anniversary of the abolishment of apartheid in South Africa, and the continued violence and discrimination since, but talks back to these events by questioning how far we’ve come.
October 1, 2015. As Part of Its TNT Local Spotlight Series, OZ Arts Will Present Second Edition of the Acclaimed Installation Project, This Time Featuring 50+ Artist Pods Curated by Youngblood, June 21-25, 2016.
September 8, 2015. Some of the best cinematic gems are often left on the cutting room floor. That is the unfortunate reality of film production where budgets are slashed quicker than most directors can call “action.”
September 7, 2015. Modern School of Film Founder Robert Milazzo and OZ Arts will host Sandra Bernhard, Tim & Eric and Patrick Carney in screenings and discussions of the films that have inspired their work.
August 30, 2015. Ever wonder what movies inspired your favorite entertainers? Modern School of Film founder Robert Milazzo did, and created this unusual series as a way to provide insight and access to the modern cinema.