The Weekly What | September 11-18, 2019

Your guide for what to do this week in Nashville

Maker What

Hatch Show Print will host a two-day event on September 14-15 celebrating works on paper in the Haley Gallery. Visitors can witness the printing of monumental wood-block prints carved by artists from throughout the region. During this time, BIG INK will assemble a giant, portable printing press inside Hatch Show Print’s Gallery for the sole purpose of helping artists print these wood blocks, some of which can reach nearly 4 x 8 feet in dimension.

Food & Drink What

Get tickets for Music City Food + Wine festival coming up September 20-22. All weekend long, mingle with chefs and indulge in artisanal food, wine, beer, and spirits from 80+ purveyors at The Grand Taste. This year’s food chefs and celebs include: Aarón Sánchez, Carla Hall, Masaharu Morimoto, Rick Bayless, Sarah Grueneberg, Jonathan Waxman, Cheetie Kumar, JJ Johnson, Tim Love, Deb Paquette, and many more.

Event What

Tune in to PBS to watch what Ken Burns calls “American history firing on all cylinders.” Burns’ 16-and-a-half hour documentary on country music starts on September 15th. To get ready, watch Country Music: Live at the Ryman, A Concert Celebrating the Film by Ken Burns that took place on March 27, 2019.