Checking on the Arts

Harpers Weekly

“Memories of a Massacre: Memphis in 1866, a Symposium Exploring Slavery, Emancipation, and Reconstruction.” will be held at the University of Memphis May 20-21.


TouchStone Books

Memphis is a barbecue town, but what we don't get to see (and taste) much here is whole-hog.


Rhodes College

Now in its fourth year at Rhodes, the Tournées French Film Festival is back.


Executive Director Ryan Watt reveals this year's lineup for The Indie Memphis Film Festival, and local filmmaker Sara Kaye Larson talks about the True Story Pictures' documentary, The Keepers.


Chris Jennings, Ducks Unlimited

Dove season opened this past week in Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi.


Choro das 3

Brazilian instrumental group Choro das 3 returns to Memphis Friday July 17 at 8 pm at the Buckman Performing Arts Center at St. Mary's Episcopal School.

Karen Pulfer Focht's exhibit "The Time Catcher" features art photography and images from her twenty-six year career as an award-winning photojournalist with The Commercial Appeal.

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Every picture tells a story, and in there are over fifty compelling ones in Karen Pulfer Focht's exhibit "The Time Catcher", currently on view at Gallery Ten Ninety One at The WKNO Digital Media Center.

The Brazilian music group Choro Das Tres will be returning to Memphis in July.

A collection of large-scale works by acclaimed contemporary ceramic artist Jun Kaneko is on view through November 22 at The Dixon Gallery and Gardens.

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Martin Dain

Opening Thursday May 28th at the Cotton Museum at the Memphis Cotton Exchange is "Faulkner's World," an exhibit of photos by Martin Dain.

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