Conversations at OZ was held on Feb. 6 and was an evening of dialogue with some of Nashville’s most notable leaders held to raise money for OZ Arts, Nashville’s nonprofit contemporary art center. The evening began with cocktails and mingling before dinner to give everyone an opportunity to chat with the conversationalists, even if they were not officially sitting at their table. With subjects ranging from Southern hospitality to the impact of technology on the music industry to diversity and inclusion within Nashville’s creative community, attendees and table hosts alike take part in the mix and mingle cocktail hour and the dinner to follow.This event was a total sell out.

Co-Chairs of the event were Mary Falls and Marcus Whitney.

OZ Arts Nashville’s annual fundraiser Conversations at OZ 2019 was a great evening of dinner and conversation where attendees came away with new friends and fresh perspectives. Be sure to Save the Date for next year, February 5, 2020, and check out the recap video above for a review of the 2019 event.


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