NATIVE and WeWork present Creative Release, an event where the creative endeavors featured in the pages of NATIVE come to life. Every month at WeWork 901 Woodland, NATIVEs will get a chance to experience some of the finest creative projects in Nashville firsthand. But more importantly, you'll get to meet the people who painstakingly built those projects with nothing but their blood, sweat, and (definitely not pirated) Ableton accounts.
This month, Creative Release is happening May 22 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m, and will feature performances from past NATIVE features Phangs and a couple performances and DJ sets we can't tell you about. There's also going to be art from Emily Sue Laird, Beth Inglish, and Jesse Keogh;… a photo booth featuring playwrights from the Ingram New Works Festival; lingerie from Darlin'; shoe shines, leather repair, and a charity shoe drop-off (benefiting Soles4Souls) from Peabody Shoe Repair; a wildflower identification station with NATIVE contributor Sarah B. Gilliam; and a hemp station courtesy of Yuyo Botanics. Oh, and there's also going to be free food and drink (even local innovators have to eat).
While you're there, check out Issue 71 of NATIVE and take a look around WeWork—we promise you won't be disappointed.
FREE ENTRY, BUT MUST RSVP VIA TICKET LINK