Checking on the Arts

Darius B. WIlliams

Hear the “striking voices” of the 1968 sanitation workers and their families – voices of Civil Rights activists who shaped Memphis and the world, now at the Benjamin L. Hooks Library.


Brooks Museum Curator Marina Pacini and University of Memphis English Professor Donal Harris discuss details of the upcoming Seeing Civil Rights Symposium.

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Joseph Killeen

She's been called a "sensation" by Billboard magazine and "the Jimi Hendrix of the violin," by The New York Times.


Bloomsbury

No one has covered the early years of the Memphis sound as exhaustively as Robert Gordon.


Happy Halloween!

Oct 31, 2017
Nicole Cole Photo + Film

It’s the one night a year when us grown-ups can play dress up, watch scary movies...


Dolph Smith

By the Book: A Tribute to Dolph Smith opens July 15 at Memphis Brooks Museum of Art.


CentreStage Theatre

CentreStage Theatre presents "Judgment at Nuremberg," Abby Mann's theatrical version of his Oscar-winning screenplay for the 1961 Richard Kramer film, at Theatreworks, April 21-23 and 28-30.  Marler Stone directs.


New Ballet Ensemble pushes the envelope again with their remix of the classic Coppelia at their annual "Springloaded" performance, April 7, 8, and 9 at GPAC.


Wolf River Singers

The Wolf River Singers next concert. "Making Connections - Finding Our Way" will be Saturday March 18th at Church of the Holy Communion and Sunday March 19th at St. Peter's Catholic Church downtown.


Germantown Community Theatre


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