Nolensville Community Paint Day And Art Walk

It's time to get creative and unleash your inner artist! Please join us for a Community Paint Day and Art Walk on Saturday, June 3, at 10:00 a.m. at the Greenway at Gregory Park, located at 1900 Johnson Industrial Blvd. This event will be hosted by the Town of Nolensville's Streetscapes and Public Spaces and Town Events Advisory Committees and is made possible by funding from the Tennessee Arts Commission's Arts Build Communities (ABC) grant.

Call for Submissions:
We are excited about this community event. To prepare for the event, the Town invites and encourages citizens to share with us doodles of descriptive words and unique places that capture the spirit and excitement of the Town. Please select the following link to upload your masterpiece(s) and obtain more information The deadline to submit is Friday, May 19 at 4:00 p.m. Town Staff will collect all submissions and most of them will be painted by the community on the Community Paint Day and Art Walk held on Saturday, June 3 at 10:00 a.m.! We can't wait to see your colorful creations!

Community Paint Day and Art Walk details:
Artist, Andee Rudloff, will assist citizens in painting a Nolensville themed mural along the Greenway at Gregory Park, the Children's Art Classes in Nolensville will have art activities for children, and Performing Artist, Brandie Spradley, will have families singing and dancing to her music performace. This event is free and opened to all ages. Please be sure to come dressed in clothing that you don't mind getting painted.

Meet our Artist Andee Rudloff:   
Andee Rudloff is a consultant and artist working predominantly in Kentucky and Tennessee. She recently helped successfully launch the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center (SKyPAC) in Bowling Green, KY, working in engagement, education and visual arts. In November 2013, she was awarded KyAEA Museum Educator of the Year while also being reappointed to serve on the Kentucky Arts Council Board of Directors by Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear. Rudloff served in multiple roles at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville, Tenn., while continuing a career as a professional visual artist and community engagement consultant. She also served as the curator of the Nashville International Airport’s Arts at the Airport Foundation, where she designed and curated new exhibitions and exhibition spaces while maintaining the airport’s art collection.

Additionally, Rudloff has worked with notable artists such as Judy Chicago, Michael Aurbach, Don Evans, John Warren Oakes, Ed Nash, Herb Williams and many others. Rudloff has served as the Curator of the Johnny Cash Collection, Tour Coordinator of the At Home On Tour traveling exhibition and an educator in Kentucky’s juvenile justice system. Rudloff believes art education is an important component to the economic growth of an area and works to cultivate art experiences within her own region. Holding true to the belief we should never take a second for granted, one rarely sees Rudloff standing still, but always in constant motion.

Andee has more than 20 years of experience as a professional artist including exhibitions in Bowling Green, Ky., Nashville, Tenn., New York, N.Y., Taipei, Taiwan, and other national and international exchanges.

To learn more about Andee, make sure to visit her website at the link:

Meet our Performing Artist Brandie Spradley:
Singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumental talent Brandie Spradley was seemingly born with music in her blood. Brandie began playing piano and singing at the tender age of eight years old in her hometown of Long Beach, Mississippi, and later attended Jones Junior College and the University of Southern Mississippi on a full music and academic scholarship.

After graduating from college, Brandie launched her career in music, performing both solo and with a number of bands, including such high-profile gigs as the World Series and the Super Bowl.
Some of Brandie’s accomplishments include winning the “Search for a Superstar” competition at Treasure Bay Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi; Michael’s Star Search; and Henderson Ford Star Search. Brandie represented the state of Mississippi at the regional finals for the Colgate Country Showdown, singing an original composition.  She was also one of 11 women to represent the United States in the world wide singing competition Avon Voices.  One of the many moments Brandie enjoyed as a musician was being able to play Grizabella in a production of Cats.

Brandie has appeared as Master of Ceremony for The Angel Ride Foundation events in Fairhope, Alabama since 2007, also performing her original material. She has also opened for such artists as Gregg Allman, Mustang Sally, Wet Willie, the Marshall Tucker Band, and John Michael Montgomery.

A licensed school teacher, Brandie has taught music to students from pre-school all the way through middle school. A member of ASCAP, Brandie has her own publishing company, BWC Publishing. She currently performs regularly at writer’s nights and other events in Nashville.

To learn more about Brandie, make sure to visit her website at the link:

Grant funds:
We are honored to announce the Town of Nolensville was awarded the Arts Build Communities (ABC) grant which is designed to provide support for arts projects that broaden access to arts experiences, address community quality of life issues through the arts, or enhance the sustainability of asset-based cultural enterprises. With the awarded grant, the Town of Nolensville is delighted to support local artists!