Seed Space is a lab for site-specific installation, sculpture, and performance-based art in Nashville. We support our program in three specific ways. We bring in nationally recognized art critics to write our exhibition essays. We host regularly scheduled public talks. We facilitate meetings among artists, critics and curators. Through these means we aim to foster an exchange between a growing network of local and national artistic communities, which we believe is one of the best ways to support the careers of emerging artists. Located in the Wedgewood Houston neighborhood of Nashville, TN, Seed Space is the programmatic arm of NCAP, the Nashville Cultural Arts Project, and is made possible with grants from the Tennessee Arts Commission, the Metro Nashville Arts Commission, and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
We accept volunteers and interns on a rolling basis. For information on becoming involved with Seed Space through internship, visit our internship page and contact us about your interest.
Read more about us on our Press page.
Who we are:
Andri Alexandrou, Program Director
Rachel Bubis, Gallery Director
Courtney Adair Johnson, Program Coordinator
Adrienne Outlaw, Founder
Location: 1201 4th Ave South, Nashville TN 37210 This is our new location in the Track One building, which sits adjacent to the Chestnut Building, home to former Seed Space, on the corner of Chestnut St and 4th Avenue South. Please park in the gravel lot on the corner, and look for the laminated Seed Space sign under a large red awning. We are in suite #117 by the back hallway. If you have any issues, call the number below.
Hours: We are open Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and by appointment. Please contact us if you would like to make an appointment outside of regular hours.
Staying Updated: If you wish to be informed of openings and other events in the coming months, please add yourself to our email lists.
Artist/Curator Proposal Information:
Seed Space is a gallery located in an old railroad building, therefore we welcome you to manipulate the space in whatever means necessary to promote your vision. We do not accept applications by mail. We are happy to review past works via URLs. See Submissions for more information.