Frist Art Museum in Nashville to reopen in phases starting June 22

(Courtesy Frist Art Museum)
(Courtesy Frist Art Museum)

(Courtesy Frist Art Museum)

The Frist Art Museum will reopen at 919 Broadway St., Nashville, in phases beginning June 22 for members and July 1 for the general public, according to a news release.

As part of the museum's reopening plan, visitors must purchase timed tickets in advance beginning July 1. The cafe, auditorium, gift shop and the Martin ArtQuest Gallery will remain closed until further notice.


“Our commitment to keeping everyone who enters the Frist safe has never wavered,” Frist Art Museum Director and CEO Susan H. Edwards said in the release. “Our reopening plan has been scrutinized and vetted by members of every department, our board of trustees and by knowledgeable and trusted outside advisors. We are excited to reopen our building as a place for learning, inspiration, reflection, and solace, but do so with cautious optimism. On June 22, we will begin to turn a dial, not flip a switch.”

All exhibitions that opened before the Frist closed March 15 will be extended past their original closing dates, the release said. 615-244-3340. www.fristartmuseum.org


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