Organized by Volunteer Mid-South, Trail Blazers to help keep pathways clear. Bring gloves, hot chocolate provided.
Exhibition celebrating artists from past Mallory/Wurtzburger exhibits.http://www.dixon.org
Documentary about the importance of living with less and having more by examining the concept of minimalism through the lives of minimalists from all walks of life. Free one-hour consultations will be available. $20http://www.napomemphis.com
Well crafted beer and well crafted comedy by Comma Comedians. $2https://www.facebook.com/events/1883564848543938/
Based on a crazy night full of real-life events, actor Woody Harrelson, playing himself, struggles to get home to his family. Run ins with royalty, old friends, an ashtray and the law seem to conspire against him.http://www.malco.com
Los Angeles-based artist, storyteller, history buff, musician, and poet Umar Rashid will speak about his work. Joined for a Q&A with art historian and writer Ellen C. Caldwell in Art & Comm. Bldg. Rm. 310. freehttps://www.memphis.edu
Historian Jimmy Ogle leads a free tour of the historical Courthouse. Meet up at the southwest steps (Adams & Second). Freehttp://www.jimmyogle.com
Author discusses and signs Life Wasn't Always Kool.http://www.orpheum-memphis.com
Panel discussion about current play and social justice. Discounted tickets to play offered for participants of the discussion.
Panel discussion series with performing artists. This month’s theme: Economic Development: Artfully Speaking.http://www.crosstownarts.org
Contemporary dance with Memphis based performer and choreographer, Wayne Smith, who will use video, discussion and interactive movement to highlight the choreography and technique of Alonzo King LINES Ballet. Freehttp://gpacweb.com