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Franklin Art Scene to ‘Light Up the Night’ tonight

Franklin Art Scene to ‘Light Up the Night’ tonight

Local art crawl shines a light on 5th year of Williamson County Art And Culture

The Franklin Art Scene is continuing its 5th anniversary celebration tonight during its first Friday art crawl by shining a light on Williamson County art and culture with complimentary glowsticks, in addition to a wide range of local artisans.

Coordinated by the Downtown Franklin Association, the free event will feature 14 participating sites dispersed in and around downtown—including the Second South District and Bridge Street, as well as up and down Columbia Avenue.

The first 100 patrons at each location will receive glowsticks to wear throughout the night’s festivities, which will take place from 6-9 p.m.

March’s “Light Up The Night” theme is one of many unique perks that regulars will see throughout the year, as the Franklin Art Scene prepares to celebrate its five year anniversary in September.

In addition, participants will have the opportunity to enter their photos from the night into a social media contest for the chance to have their name and shot featured on the Franklin Art Scene and Downtown Franklin Association’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages. Those who use the hashtags #ArtSceneGlow and #FranklinArtScene with their event photos will be eligible for selection.

Read more at Williamson Herald.