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Fri, Sep 15



Art Show & Mixer!

Celebrate 50 Years of Hip Hop at our art show and mixer! Experience the vibrant artworks of Jamersonsgc, Reggie Wayne, Reggie Jr. and Eve as they pay homage to this iconic genre. Immerse yourself in the culture, take a trip through Hip hop with Dj Savage, and connect with fellow enthusiasts.

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Art Show & Mixer!
Art Show & Mixer!

Time & Location

Sep 15, 2023, 7:00 PM – Sep 16, 2023, 12:00 AM

Goodlettsville, 903 Rivergate Pkwy, Goodlettsville, TN 37072, USA


About the event

Join us as we celebrate 50 Years of Hip Hop in a vibrant and engaging art show and mixer. This event will showcase the incredible talent of three renowned painting artists: Jamersonsgc, Reggie Wayne,Reggie Jr. and Eve Sumlin .

Immerse yourself in the world of hip hop culture through their captivating artworks that pay homage to this iconic genre.

Date: September 15th

Time: 7pm to Midnight

Attire: Dress to Impress (semi-formal, Kente, or cocktail attire)

Throughout the evening, you will have the opportunity to explore a collection of art pieces that beautifully capture the essence of hip hop. Jamersonsgc, known for his dynamic use of colors and intricate brushwork switched it up and will be displaying his Portraiture skills through a detailed sketching technique, that will transport you into the pulsating energy of the hip hop movement. Reggie Wayne's masterful use of mixed media will bring to life the multifaceted elements that define hip hop's visual identity. Reggie Jr.'s unique perspective and bold compositions will leave you captivated and inspired.

Evelyn Sumlin as she invites us into evesrealm with brush strokes that take us into a Afro-centric Fantasy Realm.

The art show will not only dazzle your eyes but also engage your other senses. As you marvel at the artwork, our talented DJ will curate a carefully crafted playlist featuring the best of hip hop music from the past five decades. Feel the rhythm and let the beats guide you through this immersive experience.

In addition to the art exhibition, we invite you to mingle and connect with fellow art enthusiasts, music lovers, and supporters of hip hop culture set to perform saturday and sunday from Noon to 7pm at the African Street Festival. Enjoy a lively atmosphere, share conversations about the significance of hip hop, and create lasting memories.

This event is a true celebration of the impact and influence hip hop has had on art, music, and society as a whole. Whether you are a long-time fan or new to the genre, this art show and mixer promises to be an unforgettable experience that honors the rich history and artistic evolution of hip hop.

Don't miss this opportunity to witness the incredible talent of Jamersonsgc, Reggie Wayne, Reggie Jr. and Evelyn Sumlin as they showcase their artistry and pay homage to 50 Years of Hip Hop.

Limited Pre-sale tickets are available, so secure your spot now. 

We look forward to welcoming you to this extraordinary event!

Note: This Event is 18 and up

Alcoholic beverages will only be served to guests aged 21 and above. Please drink responsibly.

Artist Biographies 

Charles Key " Jamersongc "

With a natural talent in drawing, a love for community and a degree in engineering Charles Key has brought all 3 into 1 to provoke thought, raise awareness and beautify communities across the U.S. His work can be seen in various cities and states, such as Los Angeles, CA, Nashville, TN, North Carolina, West Virginia, New York and His coming soon to a city near you!

Reggie Wayne

Reggie Wayne is a motivational visual artist from Memphis, TN. While residing in Nashville, TN, Reggie is passionate about sharing a creative perspective on past & current culture, world truths, and history. He uses his gift to create art that inspires self-reflection, affirmations, emotional expression, and healing. As a child, he always drew and painted different things that piqued his interest. Reggie has been an avid curator, intentional about his gift, and taking his love for creating art to the next level.

His mission is to give motivational messages through art that help people heal from everyday struggles, uplift black culture, and encourages people to change their negative habits, move with a purpose and be at peace.

Reginald Johnson Jr.

My art journey began as a child. I was two years old when I started to show interest in art. As the years progressed, my passion and desire grew more assertive. While young, my art teachershowed my work at the Board of Education and entered it in art fairs in Memphis. Transitioning to college, indulging in art, and being around diverse artists have taught me a lot. I’m easily inspired and influenced by abstract or unusual creativity. Seeing people create works in all mediums while using a broad or narrow spectrum of colors, which still has a message or purpose, will forever be fascinating. The resources, opportunities, and ways my college has

influenced a young artist like myself are beneficial to my growth.  I want to design art to inspire buyers to feel determined as they accomplish their goals or to feel proud, encouraged, or energetic when they see my art.

Evelyn Sumlin

 is a Nashville based, self-taught artist who specializes in afro-surrealist and fantasy paintings, often combining certain elements of ancient mythology and pin-up. Sumlin creates ethereal landscapes, or “realms”, for queer black women to see themselves in. A common theme in her work is female sexuality, specifically its playfulness. However, there’s also its ability to empower an individual and intimidate society. The female figure has been her subject of choice since childhood, especially in her formative years when she was first exposed to anime and cheesecake art. The labeling of her drawings as “inappropriate” by peers and authority evoked a certain defiance that is prevalent in her work today. Evelyn has had the privilege to be mentored by influential Nashville based artists such as Omari Booker, Joseph Love, and Herb Williams. She was also given the opportunity to display work at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC), the Frist Art Museum, and work alongside other black girl artists on a mural for Slim and Husky’s Nashville location.

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