friday, june 29th 

friday, june 29th

Lots of art openings tonight. Go Figure, an exhibit of Memphis painters of realism and the figure, opens at Perry Nicole Fine Art. Back at Zanzibar, there s an unveiling of From Despair to Hope, produced by Ephraim Urevbu for the National Civil Rights Museum. There s an opening reception at Carnevale for an exhibit of contemporary photography. La Tirana, a show of works by sculptor Roy Tamboli, opens at Jay Etkin Gallery. And tonight s last-Friday-of-the-month South Main Trolley Arts Tour is a don t-miss, with free trolley rides to some 16 galleries in the historic district. During tonight s tour, you can also see a free taping of the pilot of the new television series Filters. At TheatreWorks it s opening night for Vacant (Facing the Tower), a full-length theater/dance production by Project: Motion. Tonight s Dream Gala Journey to a Cure at AutoZone Park is a fund-raiser for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation and features live and silent auctions and live music by the Bouffants. The ever lovely Reba Russell is at Black Diamond tonight and tomorrow night. The Blue Note Jazz group is at Automatic Slim s. The Distraxshuns are at Patrick s. And last but certainly not least, The Subteens and American Deathray are at the Hi-Tone.

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