ART FEATURE

Nnenna Okore’s “Sheer Audacity” at the Brooks.

Nnenna Okore’s “Sheer Audacity” at the Brooks.

Wheeler Williams' 1961 female forms "Spring, Summer, Fall," flanking the main entrance of the Brooks Museum, cycles from birth to death. In a softer

“Spectacular Vernacular” at the Memphis Slim House.

If you've walked down the Main Street mall in the past year, you've encountered the work of Eso Tolson. That's his hand-lettering on the

“This May Surprise You” at AMUM.

If you've never been to the Art Museum of the University of Memphis (AMUM), now is the time to go. The gallery is celebrating

“The Weight of Hope” at Clough-Hanson.

After three venue changes, the 400-plus capacity Bryan Campus Life Center auditorium at Rhodes College was filled to standing room only, with dozens turned

Art Apprenticeship Offers Outlet for North Memphis Teens


Night Women by Delita Martin


SWEET by Brantley Ellzey

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“Spectacular Vernacular” at the Memphis Slim House.

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