MEET THE ART HOUSE NASHVILLE TEAM

 
 
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THE ART HOUSE

The Art House, a century old country church, was home to Charlie Peacock, his wife Andi, and their two kids from 1990-2015 and was ground zero for impactful careers, artists, and records.  It’s been a creative space for artists such as Switchfoot and The Civil Wars, a place for gatherings featuring speakers such as Bono and R.C. Sproul, and a welcoming environment for cultivating creative community. Now under the direction and leadership of Nathan and Cassie Tasker, The Art House continues to encourage and equip everyone to live artful, faithful lives. 

 
 
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NATHAN & CASSIE TASKER

Co-Directors

In 2016 Art House America welcomed new directors, Nathan and Cassie Tasker, to help Art House Nashville remain at the heart of advocacy for imaginative creativity. The Art House has enjoyed a long history of hosting thousands of people from every vocational sphere: students, artists, writers, caregivers, academics, theologians, cultural investors, and leaders in the entertainment industry….

 
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JAMES SWEETING

Community & Operations

James oversees all major operating functions of the Art House studio, builds and develops relationships with everyone on the property, and ensures our artists, writers, musicians, and producers are cared for and equipped to create meaningful art. James worked for Charlie Peacock at the Art House from 2010-2014 and has been a part of records by The Civil Wars, The Lone Bellow, Holly Williams, Keith and Kristyn Getty, Brett Dennen, Kris Allen & more. He's been a tour manger, worked on Young Life staff, and is also a financial coach for creatives. 

 

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CHARLIE PEACOCK & ANDI ASHWORTH

Art House America, Co-Founders/ Directors Emeritus

Charlie and Andi function as co-founders/directors emeritus for the three Art House locations: Dallas, St. Paul and Nashville. Each location retains the Ashworth’s original vision and practice while providing events and weekly programming in support of the unique communities. They co-founded Art House America in 1991, a non-profit created to inspire a seamless life of Christian discipleship and imaginative living. They have been married for over four decades and have two grown, married children and four grandchildren.

 

ART HOUSE NASHVILLE BOARD

Aaron Sands, Sandra McCracken, Jarod Delozier, Molly Nicholas, Brad Reeves, Andi Ashworth, Charlie Peacock, Cassie Tasker, Nathan Tasker