Located in the historic Chestnut Square building, threesquared is a contemporary art space dedicated to showcasing artwork that exemplifies the highest standard of aesthetic and technical expertise. The gallery features artists working nationally and internationally in a variety of media including painting, photography, sculpture, and new media. In 2008, Dane Carder began exhibiting works within his studio space, which is where threesquared still resides. Six exhibitions later, in 2011, Sara Estes was brought on as gallery director and curator to turn the casual exhibition space into a dedicated gallery, hosting events and exhibits on a regular basis. The 100-year-old industrial building that houses the gallery, known to Nashvillians simply as "Chestnut Square", was once the site of May Hosiery Mill, a factory that provided socks to the American astronauts on Apollo 2 for their moon-landing 1969. The mill closed in the 1980's, and is now home to twelve artist studios and two contemporary art galleries. We're on Facebook. Click here to visit our page!
threesquared is open by appointment only. We welcome all guests and will do our very best to accommodate anyone who would like to view the gallery. Please don’t hesitate to plan your visit. We would love to show you around. Call us at 615.945.2382 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to support us here at threesquared?
threesquared is free and open to the public, however we greatly greatly appreciate donations. All donations will be used to fund exhibition installation and opening events.