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Franklin Art Scene Passport Program returns on Jan 3 to kick off 2020

Franklin Art Scene Passport Program returns on Jan 3 to kick off 2020

FRANKLIN, Tenn. –Franklin Art Scene will return Friday, Jan. 3 with more than a dozen sites hosting artists, in addition to the returning Passport Program.

The Passport Program invites guests to grab a passport at any of the sites and have it stamped along the way while touring the arts of Historic Downtown Franklin. Visitors with eight or more site visit stamps will be entered in a drawing for a $100 gift card to Red Pony and two movie tickets to the Franklin Theatre.

Participating Passport Program sites include; Franklin First United Methodist Church, Firstlight Art Academy/St. Philip Catholic Church, Franklin Road Apparel, Historic Franklin Presbyterian, Hope Church, Imaginebox Emporium, Rare Prints Gallery, Savory Spice Shop, Tin Cottage, Twine Graphics, Visitor Center and Williamson County Archives.

Featured artists in the January Art Scene include:

  • Franklin Road Apparel, located at 508 W Mains St., will feature painter Xavier Bond, and photographer and videographer Bryce Thwaits, along with the musical talents of Jake Martini.
  • Imaginebox Emporium, located at 311 N. Margin St., will showcase the original illustrations of Cory Basil as well as his other creations using mediums such as watercolor, oil and gauche.
  • Visit Franklin, located at 400 Main St., #200, will host fiber artist CatieBeth Thomas whose lovely pieces are both sustainable and healing.
  • Williamson County Archives, located at 611 W Main St., will feature artist Alexis Colbert who tells stories through visual art.

The Franklin Art Scene invites lovers of the arts to stop by all participating locations during the evening’s crawl. The Art Scene trolley is also available for free rides throughout the event. For more information on the Franklin Art Scene, a full list of artists and a map of all featured locations, visit