From February 10-18, the Martial Arts Gallery is hosting the "Nasty Women Exhibition," an eclectic art show which is meant to represent unity among artists of different backgrounds.
Giant, glowing bunnies infiltrate Overton Park with the Brook’s new exhibit Intrude.
By Grace Sammarco
Painter Charlie Forrester uses his signature style to project parts of Memphis on the walls of the new Midtown Kroger.
Maysey Craddock (‘89) draws inspiration from banks and coastlines in her upcoming show at David Lusk Gallery, Unfolding Shores.
By Phoebe Lusk-Hussong
Indie Memphis’ annual Indie Film Fest is coming up Tuesday, November 1. This year’s festival is offering an exciting lineup of films and panels, so be sure to check it out! Read more to learn more about this festival and what it has to offer.
By Grace Sammarco
This year's annual River Arts Festival was held over the weekend of October 22. Read more to learn about the significance of this festival and why you should go next year.
What's more Memphis than Music Fest or Memphis in May? George Hunt. Memphis-based artist George Hunt has an exhibition currently displayed in the Levy Gallery. See how Mr. Hunt's background in the rural South influenced his work, and how St. Mary's will be collaborating with him.
by Emmaline Rogers
Last Saturday, St. Mary’s participated in the annual Paper Power competition. Through their hard work and creative thinking, the team was able to build an impressive, paper statue that won them an award in this STEM based competition.
This weekend, the Metal Museum is holding its annual Repair Days. This event has something to offer for everyone, so read more to learn about it.
By Emmaline Rogers
Self-proclaimed "Lego Kid" Hamlett Dobbins and Peter Fleming are both local artists who've recently had show openings at the David Lusk Gallery. Fleming's is titled Preserved, while Mr. Dobbins' is called I Will Have to Tell You Everything. See how Mr. Dobbins and Mr. Flemming interpret their art, as well as their thought processes and work origins.