Stacked Box Community Mural Project
Paint a box at BNA as part of the Stacked Box Community Mural Project
Nashville International Airport (BNA)
invites the public to participate in The Stacked Box Mural Project, a
public art project composed of individually
painted, 18-inch cardboard boxes stacked at various heights and lengths
to create a larger-than-life art installation. Hosted by the
Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority’s (MNAA) Arts at the Airport
program, BNA’s section of the wall will consist of 26 boxes that have an
airplane/airport/travel theme already drawn on them.
Envisioned by Nashville artist Myles McIntyre Maillie, The Stacked Box
Mural Project will be the focal point at “Fall Fest at The Hermitage,”
an art and music event on the grounds of The Hermitage, home of
President Andrew Jackson, Oct. 5-6, 2013.
Paint a box at BNA as part of the Stacked Box Mural Project; all supplies will be provided
Open to the public
Wednesday, July 31; 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Nashville International Airport
Arts at the Airport Stage located in the Starbucks Meeter-Greeter Area (Non-secure side/Ticketing Lobby level)
Envisioned by Nashville Myles McIntyre Maillie, the goal of the public
art piece is to create 5,000 painted boxes to create a larger-than-life
art installation and focal point of the “Fall Fest at The Hermitage.”
From I-40 West, take Exit 216A.
Follow signs to Short Term parking.
Enter the gate into the Long Term A / Short Term parking lot, continue straight to the parking garage.
Enter and park inside the garage.
Bring your parking ticket to be validated.