How will you use your ArtsCard?
We asked our supporters how they use their ArtsCards and found that they use them regularly to attend performances and exhibitions of a diverse group of arts organizations across the city. Tell us the story of using your ArtsCard by emailing sblackburn [at] artsmemphis [dot] org.
“I've used my ArtsCard to take three different sets of out-of-town friends to the Metal Museum, and they've all love-love-loved it (the Latane exhibit - that pizza cutter- is incredbile!)”
-Sarah Henley, ArtsMemphis volunteer
"I love my ArtsCard because anytime I need to take friends to the Theater, Ballet, Opera or any of the Museums in Memphis I have the confidence I can use my card and because I know it is supporting the arts!"
-Juan Fuentes, ArtsMemphis committee member and volunteer
“I love my arts card! I use it frequently to go to Theatre Memphis, Playhouse on the Square Ballet Memphis and the Memphis Symphony Orchestra.”
-Rena Chiozza, artist and supporter of the arts
> Donate < to ArtsMemphis and get your ArtsCard today.
How to use your ArtsCard
- Visit our events calendar for a list of upcoming events.
- Check the back of your card for the names and numbers of participating organizations.
- Call the arts organization directly to request ArtsCard discounted tickets for a particular event. Note: You may need to show your ArtsCard at the box office in order to get the discount.
Remember, not all events are eligible for the discount and certain restrictions apply. ArtsCard discounts are not valid with any other discount or coupons, and your card is valid for one year.
2-for-1 Tickets to Selected Memphis Events/Exhibitions
Memphis Brooks Museum of Art
Germantown Community Theatre
Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum
Memphis Symphony Orchestra
Playhouse on the Square
River City Concert Band
STAX Museum of American Soul Music
Tennessee Shakespeare Company
Voices of the South
Free Admission to Selected Memphis Events/Exhibits
Africa in April
Luna Nova Music
Memphis College of Art
Selected Admission Discounts
Center for Southern Folklore
New Ballet Ensemble