friday, july 27th 

friday, july 27th

Lots of art openings tonight. First of all, it s the last Friday of the month, which means it s South Main Trolley Art Tour night, with free trolley Ürides to some 16 galleries, including Mariposa Art Space, where there s an opening reception for an exhibition of cubist works by Stephen Shoel Wachtel, and at the Durden Gallery, where there s an opening for works by Vancouver artist Rob Hooper. At Dorothy Jean Gallery, there s an opening tonight for a show of paintings by Arnold Thompson. And at the Art Museum of the University of Memphis, there s an opening reception for ArtLab: Clinical Trials, works by Carrol Harding McTyre. The opening for this show was a couple of weeks ago, but if you want to take a little road trip and see something truly wonderful, head down to Oxford to the Southside Gallery for the exhibit of photographs by Birney Imes, featuring lots of images from his book, Juke Joint. Absolutely worth the trip. Tonight s Coca-Cola Concert Series artist is Christopher Cross, playing the Budweiser Pavilion at W.C. Handy Performing Arts Park on Beale Street. And at Hattley s Garage (a mighty cool place indeed), it s Cory Branan Singer/Songwriter Night.

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