What Where When-sday: OZ Arts’ 10th Anniversary Bash

This week for What Where When-sday, we discuss OZ Arts’ anniversary bash with Executive and Artistic Director Mark Murphy. Housed in a renovated, former cigar warehouse in West Nashville, OZ Arts is celebrating 10 years with this event on Friday. The evening will be a culmination of the first decade with pop-up performances and visual art installations. Murphy, who worked in the contemporary art space before landing at OZ, says it was the organization’s avant garde approach that drew him in.

Additional event opportunities start tonight and tomorrow with Andy Shauf at The Blue Room. Check out a live session with Shauf performing songs off his album Norm here. Also tonight, the National Museum of African American Music launches its new program called Sounds in Cinema with the screening of the film “Lady Sings the Blues.” Also, the Uncovering Roots Exhibition with former WNXP Nashville Artist of the Month Allison Russell will be at the museum on Friday with Alice Randall and Caroline Randall Williams. Check out a live session with Allison Russell inside NMAAM here.

Fans of Cowboy Bebop can enjoy the soundtrack of the classic anime with a 14-piece jazz ensemble at Brooklyn Bowl on Thursday. On Friday and Saturday, the Ryman hosts two nights with Texas duo, Black Pumas. Also on Saturday, Guided By Voices is at The Basement East. And Indigo De Souza performs songs from her third album All Of This Will End at Brooklyn Bowl on Monday. Check out a live session with Indigo De Souza here.