ArtsMemphis Blog

Topic: Soulsville

Recommended Arts Events October 12th - 16th

Posted by ArtsMemphis on October 11th, 2016

Get out, discover, and enjoy THE ARTS in Memphis! Listen to beautiful music this weekend with classical piano and violins, be a part of history at a premier ballet event, learn about writing the blues, support our makers in the park, and explore our history in Soulsville! read more »


Discover the Arts: February 26-March 1

Posted by ArtsMemphis on February 25th, 2014

Remember recess? Revisit play-time with the performing and visual arts. Learn why Memphis Matters with Playback Memphis. Support the Dixon and your local craftsmen with a pottery show and sale. Don’t miss the legendary Sharon Jones with local favorite Valerie June in what’s sure to be an unforgettable performance. read more »

Topics: Stax Music Academy, Peace, Love & Soulsville, Memphis Matters, Playback Memphis, Dixon Gallery and Gardens, All That's Clay, Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, Valerie June, Minglewood Hall

Discover the Arts: April 25-April 28

Posted by ArtsMemphis on April 23rd, 2013

 Discover the arts this weekend!  For family friendly fun, head to Stax to the Max, an all day outdoor music and arts festival presented by ArtsMemphis. Spend the weekend watching groundbreaking films and music videos from Memphis and around the world at the On Location: Memphis International Film and Music Fest or take in some contemporary fine art at Memphis College of Art’s MFA Thesis exhibition featuring work from MCA Masters of Fine Arts candidates.  Be there when A Murder is Announced at Germantown Community Theatre.  Watch Miss Marple solve a classic Christie ... read more »

Topics: Stax to the Max, Soulsville, On Location: Memphis, MFA Thesis exhibition, Memphis College of Art, A Murder is Announced, Germantown Community Theatre

2012 -2013 Memphis Symphony Soul Project

Posted by ArtsMemphis on September 19th, 2012

Throughout 2012-2013, the MSO will present a series of concerts at the Soulsville Magnet, a new performing arts facility in the heart of the community. Free to the public, these concerts represent the full range of MSO offerings – classical, pops and the alternative series Opus One. read more »

Topics: Opus One, Memphis Symphony Orchestra, Soulsville, Free Concerts, Symphony Soul Project