Life is busy. It’s true, but having a jam-packed schedule is no excuse for not taking care of yourself. We say it often around here, but you can’t pour from an empty cup. When our creativity feels depleted, we must find intentional self-care methods to replenish our soul. The Tribe ventured out to local creativity hub, The Frist.
If you’ve never been to this gorgeous museum, you’re in for a treat. We had a ton of new faces, and that makes us oh so happy. We started in the cafe for bites + wine as guitarist, Michael, played in the background.
Next, we headed to the lobby for background information on The Frist and to learn a few fun facts. Did you know the museum opened in April 2001, and the building was purchased from USPS? How cool is that? The staff informed us about the Aboriginal Art we were about to see. “The immersive canvases and beguiling sculptures in Ancestral Modern invite us to look at Australia from the distinctive point of view of its Aboriginal people. Their depictions of their worldview made for a global audience remind us how awe-inspiring nature can be, wherever it is encountered.” – Frist Website
The exhibit was absolutely gorgeous. It was the perfect evening for many first-timers between live acoustic music in the cafe, drawing, and meeting new friends. Through a combination of activities, each Tribette was able to fuel her soul.
We mingled, laughed and left feeling inspired. The tribe is beyond grateful t0 The Frist for opening up their doors. We cannot wait to come back again soon.
Cheers to creativity! All photos were taken by our amazingly talented Image Director, Christy Shaterian.