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Diverse Offerings from The Dixon Gallery & Gardens

Three fresh exhibitions opened last week at the Dixon Gallery & Gardens, givings arts patrons all kinds of vibrant reasons to visit the iconic Memphis museum. Color! American Photography Transformed is visiting our city from the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, Texas, while Augusta Savage’s Gamin …

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Culture Runs Deep

Whether you and your family are new to Memphis, or you were born and bred in the Bluff City, chance are you …

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The Science of Beer

Ralph Waldo Emerson said: “Men love to wonder, and that is the seed of science.” Okay, that sounds right to us. But …

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Dixon Gallery and Gardens: Exploring the Continuum

It’s easy to think of the cold months as a reason to stay indoors, soaking up local culture in our city’s awesome …

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Swords into Plowshares: World War I at the Pink Palace

“This is four exhibits in one. But since we have the best collections and exhibits departments in the U.S. we had to …

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Tales of Ancient Memphis

Head south out of Memphis on 3rd Street, Highway 61, and you’ll spot a sign for the Chucalissa Archeological Site. This unique …

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Southfork: Beautiful Conversations About Art

There’s a second floor apartment in Midtown Memphis with art all over its walls. Lauren Kennedy lives there, among the paintings and …

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Art on Foot

The East Buntyn ArtWalk returns for its fourth year this Sunday, April 7, filling the Memphis neighborhood with vivid, vibrant culture from …

Cosmic Trunk Show

Cosmic Trunk Show

Ten artists, one day, one place. A bonanza of regional art pops to life at the National Ornamental Metal Museum, Saturday, March …

Sadie Tomes, a student at Collierville High School, won Best in Show, Senior Division with this piece, “Reflecting Upon Myself”.

Talent Beyond Age: Scholastic Art Awards

What happens when the most talented art students in the Mid-South compete for more than $250,000 in scholarships and cash prizes? You …

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