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Archive: July 2016

Recommended Arts Events July 27 - 31, 2016

Posted by ArtsMemphis on July 26th, 2016

Skip the heat this weekend and visit the dinosaur exhibit at the Pink Palace Museum. Check out Joseph Camp’s new works at Crosstown Arts – he’s there for one night only. Friday night, hit South Main for art, music, and more, and be sure to stop at the Hyde Gallery. Spend Saturday morning doing cool gold leaf activities at the Metal Museum. Cap your weekend at the Center for Southern Folklore with fantastic local music. read more »

Topics: PINK PALACE MUSEUM, HYDE GALLERY, METAL MUSEUM, TROLLEY NIGHT, CROSSTOWN ARTS, CENTER FOR SOUTHERN FOLKLORE

Recommended Arts Events July 21st -July 24th

Posted by ArtsMemphis on July 19th, 2016

Experience the arts this weekend!  Meet Ernie Cefalu, Creative Director of Pacific Eye & Ear, at Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum. Hear Low Society at the Center For Southern Folklore. Watch Debbie Litch as Judy Garland preform at Theatre Memphis. Have your portrait taken at Crosstown Arts. Celebrate the art and stories of the "King of Toys, Happy Hal” Miller. read more »

Topics: Memphis Rock & Soul Museum, Center for Southern Folklore, Crosstown Arts, Theatre Memphis, Happy Hal Miller, Low Society, Ernie Cefalu

Recommended Arts Events July 13 - 17th!

Posted by ArtsMemphis on July 12th, 2016

Get out and support the arts this weekend!  Hear about 40 years of history with our volunteer radio station, WEVL, at Dixon's Munch and Learn, discover the world of comic books with local artist Adam Benet Shaw, relive the legendary R. L. Burnside's music through his grandson at the Levitt Shell, celebrate 28 Years of Blues on the Bluff at the Metal Museum, and join in with other makers at a meet and greet with Made By.  read more »

Topics: Metal Museum, WEVL, Dixon Gallery & Gardens, 901 Comics, Levitt Shell, Made By

Recommended Arts Events July 6 - 10th

Posted by ArtsMemphis on July 5th, 2016

Explore a hands-on family art gallery, learn how an exhibition comes together, see a Southern gothic tale come to life, get your groove on with Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings, and celebrate the contributions of women in theatre at a weeklong festival! read more »

Topics: Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Metal Museum, TheatreWorks, Playhouse on the Square, Levitt Shell, Women's Theatre Festival of Memphis, Hattiloo