Evening sale on Thursday will feature artist talk. With 1,000 unique handmade crosses for sale, the show will benefit Advance Memphis and support their work in the 38126 community. $15 donationhttps://www.facebook.com/events/220104198455718/?active_tab=about
Learn about career opportunities in the barbering industry, application process, and financial aid opportunities. Complimentary snacks to attendees and March Madness themed games available.http://www.thebarberschool.edu
Diverse array of Memphis based talent including music, spoken word, comedy, parodies, contortionist, and live painting that spotlights talent not often seen encouraging innovative collaboration between artists. $10http://www.chucklescomedyhouse.com
Dwight McBride,Professor of African American Studies, English & Performance Studies at Northwestern University, delivers keynote address celebrating life and legacy of writer and social critic James Baldwin.http://www.rhodes.edu
Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn will speak on topic in McNeill Concert Hall (613 University Street) on Wednesday and in Hardie Auditorium on Thursday for a day-long symposium on compassionate practices in education.http://www.rhodes.edu
Winners will be featured in the May 2017 issue of Memphis Parent and receive a 4-pack of movie passes from Malco Theatres. All contest entrants have a chance to win a Grand Prize Package. See website for details. $20http://www.memphisparent.com
Networked space sought to commission and produce a major project that can be experienced anywhere in the world. For more information, visit website.http://www.artangel.org.uk
Fashion designs must be comprised of at least 75% recycled or reused materials. Event date is June 4. For more information email,
Works of propaganda from the museum's permanent collection.
Based on the best-selling novel about a beautiful Italian woman who married an American soldier to flee war-torn Italy. A ruggedly handsome photographer seeking directions changes her life forever. $25-$40http://www.playhouseonthesquare.org
Musical based on the lives of conjoined twin women, Violet and Daisy Hilton, who became famous stage performers in the 1930’s. Conflict separates the two emotionally. Heartbreak brings them together. $30http://www.theatrememphis.org
Tour and refreshments at 1350 Concourse Avenue for opening of branch location for the Church Health YMCA at Crosstown Concourse.
Includes breakout sessions with local leaders, vendor booths, luncheon featuring a panel of top female leaders in Memphis, and a keynote address from Susan Packard. $175http://www.memphiswomenssummit.org