ArtsMemphis Blog

Topic: Culinary Series

Discover the Arts: April 8 - April 12

Posted by ArtsMemphis on April 7th, 2015

Where there’s smoke, there’s fire…Enjoy a unique meal at a former firehouse, delight children with a classic children’s literature character, sing along with the beginning of the Midtown Opera Festival, and experience the latest creations from the Dixon’s educational programs. read more »

Topics: ArtsMemphis Culinary Series, Midtown Opera Festival, Dixon Gallery and Gardens, The Orpheum Theatre


Posted on February 17th, 2015

Master Chef Jose Gutierrez explained his ArtsMemphis culinary series menu inspiration wisely: “Let the space inspire you.” read more »

Topics: ArtsMemphis Culinary Series, PRIZM ENSEMBLE, Master Chef Jose Guiterrez, James Lee House, Kallen Esperian


Posted on October 6th, 2014

ARTSMEMPHIS: INTERNATIONAL STREET FOOD FESTIVAL A welcoming cove in Midtown Memphis sang a different tune last Sunday evening – an international tune, if you will – as over one hundred gathered for a food festival of global cuisine and world-class design. The kick-off event of ArtsMemphis’ culinary series provided classic taste and memorable atmosphere with perfect company and perfect fall weather. read more »

Topics: Culinary Series, Mad & Hungry, Caramelized, ArtsMemphis, Jonathan Magallanes, Jennifer Dickerson, Mac Edwards, Andrew Adams

Discover the Arts: September 25 - September 28

Posted by ArtsMemphis on September 23rd, 2014

Kick off the Culinary Series in the coolest of coves, teach the kids how things move, go on a magic carpet ride and enjoy a night of ballet & jookin'. read more »

Topics: ArtsMemphis, Culinary Series, Ballet Memphis, Buckman Performing Arts Center, New Ballet, Discover the Arts

Discover the Arts: October 30-November 3

Posted by ArtsMemphis on October 29th, 2013

Discover the arts this weekend! Experience the best in independent film making right here in Memphis with local festival Indie Memphis,.Enjoy an Argentinean-style bonfire feast at Foxfield with St. Jude Chefs Miles McMath and Rick Farmer, Kevin Shockency from the Memphis Hunt and Polo Club and Lee Richardson. See an Agatha Christie classic a Germantown Community Theatre. Celebrate Memphis' finest blues musicians and BBQ, all in support of blind college students in Tennesseee. read more »

Topics: Indie Memphis Film Festival, Indie Memphis, Foxfield, 48 Hour Bonfire Weekend, ArtsMemphis Culinary Series, Black Coffee, Germantown Community Theatre, Braille, Blues and BBQ

Discover the Arts: October 3-October 8

Posted by ArtsMemphis on October 1st, 2013

Discover the arts this weekend! Get inspired by two of Memphis’ greatest assets—the Mississippi River and the arts—with Ballet Memphis’ River Project Symposium. Shell Out for the Arts with Vaneese Thomas in Overton Park. Explore the intersections of various artistic mediums with a panel discussion hosted by IRIS Orchestra. read more »

Topics: Ballet Memphis, The River Project Symposium, Culinary Series, The Arcade Restaurant, Crosstown Arts, Shell Out for the Arts, Levitt Shell, IRIS Orchestra

High Cotton-Soul Table/Sing for yo' Suppa

Posted by ArtsMemphis on September 9th, 2013

On Saturday night, we celebrated the second of twelve installments in our 2013 Culinary Series | Beauty and the Feast, Love on the Installment Plan at the Metal Museum with delectable food and an amazing band. Karen Carrier (Executive Chef/Owner, The Beauty Shop Restaurant and Lounge, Bar DKDC, Mollie Fontaine Lounge, Another Roadside Attraction Catering) served up a beautiful fruit salad and a tower of steamed mussels that was to die for. Brett "Shaggy" Duffee (Chef de Cuisine, Bayona - New Orleans) sent out plates of whole fish with the best cauliflower we've ever tasted. Derek Emerson ... read more »

Topics: Metal Museum, Marcella Simien, Karen Carrier, Derek Emerson, Shaggy Duffee, 2013 Culinary Series, Emma Lincoln, Terrance Simien

Discover the Arts: September 5-September 11

Posted by ArtsMemphis on September 3rd, 2013

Discover the Arts this weekend! Sing for yo’ Suppa with Zydeco king Terrance Simien and swamp princess, Marcella Simien on the bluffs of the Mississippi. Kick off Ballet Memphis’ season en pointe and en vogue with a runway show featuring the company’s most beautiful costumes. See Inner City South’s one-of-a-kind fusion of hip-hop and spoken word. Hear about the inspirations for the work of two of Memphis’ favorite young artists. read more »

Topics: Metal Museum, Marcella Simien, Culinary Series, Sing fo yo' Suppa, ArtsMemphis, Ballet Memphis, enpointe/envogue, Inner City South, The Fusion Network Hip Hop Theatre, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, A Different Kind of Landscape: Maysey Craddock and Erin Harmon