A labyrinth, unlike a maze, isn't designed to confuse. It's a winding circular path without blind alleys or dead ends, and the route visitors walk from edge to center is a potent symbol of spiritual growth. The Scarritt-Bennett Center's outdoor labyrinth is open every day to would-be meditators, but Sundays through November 16, visitors to can also contribute to an artwork in progress. Artist Erika Wollam Nichols invites Nashvillians to join her as she films a series of labyrinth walks; she'll later use the footage to create a video installation. Scarritt-Bennett's Gothic cathedral and ten acres of park-like grounds make it the perfect spot for relaxation; if you're in need of energy rather than serenity, the Center's new art space, Gallery F, is conveniently attached to its Front Porch Coffee Shop.
Sun., Nov. 2, 8 a.m.; Sun., Nov. 9, 8 a.m.; Sun., Nov. 16, 8 a.m., 2008