The Tennessee World Affairs Council and the United Nations Association’s Young Professionals Group cordially invite you to attend
Celebrating the Arts and International Awareness
A Networking & Social Mixer for
Nashville’s International Organizations’ Members
CUMMINS STATION COMMUNITY GARDEN
209 10th Avenue South in Downtown Nashville
Thursday, April 18th
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Please join us for a night of great conversation and art at Cummins Station’s unique and vibrant urban community garden. The mixer will bring together members of international organizations with similar interests in promoting education of world affairs, multi-cultural awareness and encouraging international cooperation. Members can network, learn about other organizations and collaborate on future events.
Cummins Station will display the artwork of highly acclaimed artist Rachel Owen. Her solo exhibition on paper, entitled “Soft Edges,” will be on display in the repurposed train cars at the Track 13 Gallery in the Community Garden. Her work is also on display at the Frist Center for the Arts.
Light appetizers will be served.
Paid parking (Lot A) is available directly across from the Cummins Station building (attendees must pay hourly).
PLEASE RSVP BY APRIL 15TH
to Danielle Rovelli at
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