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At this year’s Celebrate Nashville event, we saw the beauty and diversity of Middle Tennessee — from food to dances to culture and custom. And, in the faces in the great crowd, several of whom are captured in the video above.
As we prepare for the December 1 opening of the Casa Azafrán Community Center, a new center in Nashville’s international district, we are looking forward to serving the needs of immigrants, refugees and the Nashville community in a diverse and welcoming setting.
And, we need your help. We need your support in creating a new public art project at Casa Azafrán: “Migration.”
“Migration” is a 30-foot by 12-foot mosaic mural that will crown the facade of the community center. Its colorful tiles are being put together by artist Jairo Prado and volunteers. It is a project built by Nashville for Nashville.
Support the Mosaic
To learn more about our campaign to raise $25,000 for completing “Migration” please visit our campaign page. There only are 35 days left!
To learn more about Casa Azafrán, 2195 Nolensville Pike, read here.
Will you join us in celebrating the Mosaic and help us build a landmark symbol of friendship and diversity in Middle Tennessee?
Thank You y Gracias!