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Win Big With Redball Project + Brooks Museum 4/28 – 5/7

Photo: Amanda Hill
Redball Memphis

Instagram winner from Paris, Photo: Redball

Instagram Contest Details:

  • Follow @redballproject & @brooksmuseum on Instagram
  • Take your best Redball photo
  • Must tag photo with #myrbmemphis
  • Can also tag #redballproject #brooksmuseum and #choose901

Prizes will include official signed Redball photographs, Brooks Museum Family Memberships, VIP Film Passes & more. A winner will be chosen every 2 days based on creativity. Contest begins at 11am on April 28th. Go here for the official rules and details.

Locations for the Redball Project in Memphis:

  • Thursday, April 28, 11 am to 6 pm: Memphis Brooks Museum of Art plaza, in Overton Park
  • Friday, April 29, 11 am to 6 pm: New Daisy Theatre, 330 Beale St.
  • Saturday, April 30, 11 am to 6 pm: Beale Street Landing, 251 Riverside Dr.
  • Sunday, May 1, 11 am to 6 pm: 409 S. Main St.
  • Monday, May 2, 11 am to 6 pm: Randolph Student Alumni Center, UTHS, 800 Madison Ave.
  • Tuesday, May 3, 11 am to 6 pm: Barboro Alley, Front St. between Union and Gayoso
  • Wednesday May 4, 11 am to 6 pm: Memphis College of Art, in Overton Park
  • Thursday, May 5, 11 am to 6 pm: Hattiloo Theatre, 37 S. Cooper St.
  • Friday, May 6, 11 am to 6 pm: Stax Museum of American Soul Music, 926 E. McLemore Ave.
  • Saturday, May 7, 11 am to 6 pm: Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, 1916 entrance, in Overton Park
Redball Memphis

Photo: Amanda Hill, Shelby Smith

The Memphis Brooks Museum of Art is working with New York artist Kurt Perschke as part of the museum’s centennial celebration.

Perschke uses RedBall Project to encourage exploring each city’s unique architectural landscape and history. By squeezing the installation between buildings and hoisting it over pedestrians’ heads the ball punctuates overlooked spaces.

“On the surface, the experience seems to be about the ball itself as an object,” said Perschke, “but the true power of the project is what it can create for those who can experience it. It opens a doorway to imagine ‘what if,’” he said. “The larger arc of the project is how each city responds to that invitation and, over time, what the developing story reveals about our individual and cultural imagination.”

RedBall is just the first of many outdoor exhibitions. Stay tuned for upcoming outdoor exhibitions that, as time goes on, will offer Memphians outside museum experiences in many different ways in many different places.

For more information on RedBall Project in Memphis go here.

Save the date for the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art centennial celebration on May 7th here.

Follow Memphis Brooks Museum of Art on Facebook for updates.

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