Nashville International Airport > Art & Music > Exhibits > American Red Cross - 100 Years of Service in Tennessee

American Red Cross - 100 Years of Service in Tennessee

American Red Cross
March 6 - Aug. 27, 2017
Art Cases, Concourse A, near Gate A-2  

The American Red Cross has a network of generous donors, volunteers and employees who share a mission of preventing and relieving suffering, here in Nashville and around the world. From house fires to multi-state natural disasters, the Red Cross goes wherever needed. Volunteers train people on how to respond to and prepare for emergencies, offering a range of health and safety classes that teach new skills and keep people knowledgeable and ready to respond in almost any emergency situation. When disasters devastate the lives of millions of people, the Red Cross provides global aid, wherever needed. The Red Cross helps members of the military, veterans and their families prepare for, cope with, and respond to the challenges of military service. The largest single supplier of blood and blood products in the United States, the Red Cross collects and processes approximately 40 percent of the nation’s blood supply.
About the Exhibit
In 2017, the American Red Cross will celebrate a century of service in Tennessee. This exhibit displays pieces of Red Cross history from the Nashville area beginning in the early 1900s. While uniforms, vehicles and buildings have changed, one thing remains the same: Through its strong network of volunteers, donors and partners, the American Red Cross is always there in times of need.

Visit for more information.

Arts at the Airport receives funding for the visual arts from the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) and the Tennessee Arts Commission (TAC). The Flying Solo Exhibition Series is funded under an agreement with TAC. For more information about Arts at the Airport, please call (615) 275-1614 or send email to