Blog

Get Right With God

Posted By Allie Kenny

After surviving a mining accident, Harrison Mayes, a roadside evangelist, spent much of his life creating signs like the one pictured here, made of corrugated metal and rolled asphalt with the words “GET RIGHT WITH GOD,” in the recent exhibition Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art. Yet this particular sign had a long journey before arriving at the Nasher. Roger Manley, director of the Gregg Museum of Art & Design at North Carlina State University, was on his way to take photographs on Saint Helena Island for an exhibition in the late 1980s, when something on the side of… MORE

Recent Posts

Above the Colonel

Posted By Allie Kenny

Following is an excerpt from the recent free public talk, “Southern Food as Cultural Fount: A MORE

Two Sides of Pork

Posted By Jenna Poczik

Following is an excerpt from the recent free public talk, “Southern Food as Cultural Fount: A MORE

In Memoriam: Horst Meyer

Posted by Sarah Schroth

The Nasher Museum of Art lost a dear and loyal friend when Horst Meyer passed away last weekend. T… MORE