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The National Civil Rights Museum is hosting its fourth annual MLK50 Drop The Mic Poetry Symposium & Slam on August 18-19. This year the …

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Photo: Darius Williams Calling all poetry lovers: We have compiled a list of spots here in Memphis where you can hear spoken word. Magic …

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The arts community is a vital part of the vibrancy of Memphis. In addition to multiple dance companies, museums & galleries, public art, opera, …

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You’re invited to celebrate the grand opening of Ballet Memphis’ new home in Midtown! Ballet Memphis does more than just teach dance classes. With …

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Show your support and admire the work of talented black artists during the 5th installment of the Black Art Experience. Hosted by Jennifer Elaine, …

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“Cool people make cool places.” The CLTV recently announced the CLTV Residency Program, a 6 month residency for two to four different artists beginning …

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8/8/17 Update: Ballet Memphis is no longer offering a week of free classes due to permit issues this week. You can, however, join them …

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The Memphis Botanic Garden is hosting a traditional Japanese tea ceremony on June 24th. Learn the art of the Japanese tea ceremony also known …

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This is the final weekend of performances for Squaring Up, an immersive theatrical experience at Orange Mound Gallery that tackles the issue of human …

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Robert (Bob) Moody is the Principal Conductor and Music Director of the Memphis Symphony, and we recently sat down with him to learn more …