IntrepidArts: June in Memphis 
Cultural vitamins for your brain and soul
Kudos Tenn Shakespeare
Tennessee Shakespeare Company was recently announced as one of only four professional regional theatre companies to receive both the Shakespeare in American Communities-Schools grant and Shakespeare in American Communities-Juvenile Justice grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and Arts Midwest. TSC receives the $25,000 matching grant for its innovative Romeo and Juliet Project in Memphis area schools. The Project is a four-part, in-school residency taught and performed in partnership with multiple area school systems. This comprehensive, anti-violence teaching/performance
residency will be led by a diverse consortium of Teaching-Artists and delivered to more than
5,000 students in over 20 schools, most of which are defined as Title 1. Students will receive an
immersive, 90-minute stage production of Romeo and Juliet followed by a 10-minute
audience/actor talkback
Memphis Symphony
The symphony presented a varied and generally fabulous performance for Memorial Day at the Levitt Shell. So great to see and hear this outstanding group live and in person again. 
Gore & Gore Recap
I hope you were able to attend the wonderful sibling, duo show at the Medicine Factory in April. The new works of Kat Gore and Sanford Gore attracted an appreciative crowd for the opening. You can see a photo spread from that night in the current issue of 4Memphis Magazine. 

Garstecki's Poppies - Gallery Ten Ninety-One
Out & About
6/1-26  Structure Identity Transformation, David Lusk Gallery
6/1-30  Going Place: Works by Mid-South Artists, Gallery Ten Ninety-One, WKNO
Reception will be held June 5 from 2-4 pm at 2945 Shelby Street.
6/3 Woman’s Exchange Annual Art Show opening, 88 Racine, 10a-3pm
Show will remain up through August.
6/3 – 7/1  Summer group show, L Ross Gallery
6/ 4-25  Nelson Gutierrez retrospective show, Project 2021 Gallery, 55 S. Main
6/4 Cemetery Cinema presents The Last Picture Show, Elwood Cemetery, 8:30 pm
6/4-6 Memphis Potters Guild Show & Sale, 7509 Poplar
6/5  B.B. King Museum expansion celebration, Indianola MS
6/5 Annesdale Snowden Art Walk,  1365-1414 Agnes Place, 10a – 3 p
6/5 – 8/29  Persevere & Resist: The Strong Black Women of Elizabeth Catlett, Brooks Museum
6/6   Debbie Pacheco virtual artist talk, Dixon Gallery , 2:00  pm
6/ 8 – 7/3  Watch for My Signals art by Alex Lockwood, David Lusk Gallery
6/10-7/31  Judy Peiser Estate Art Collection sale, Memphis Botanic Garden
6/11-9/12  Designing the New: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style, Frist Museum, Nashville
Zoom gallery talk on June 11 at noon
6/12 A More Perfect Union: A Musical Tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsberg,  Opera Memphis, GPAC Grove, 7 pm 
6/ 18-20,25-27 Songs For A New World,  Playhouse on the Square, streaming
6/ 25-26  North Mississippi Hill Country Picnic, Waterford , MS
6/29 – 7/31  Watch for My Signals art by Alex Lockwood, David Lusk Gallery
1948 by Nelson Guiterrez

Memphis 2021 at Dixon
  • Africa On My Mind, Urevbu Contemporary, 410 S. Main, through June 20
  • Creating the American West in Art, Frist Museum, Nashville, through June 27
  • Marc Mitchell artworks , Tops Gallery, through June 30
  • Sketching Europe: A Tour Through the Eyes of Memphis Samuel H. Crone, Art Museum at University of Memphis, through June 30
  • Memphis 2021, Dixon Gallery, through July 11
  • Bettye Saar Exhibition, Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, through July 11
Woman's Exchange Art Show
Theater Memphis' expansion is terrific
Remembering the Met tour - my first opera to attend was Tannhauser, May 9, 1979. What was yours? Tell me - this could be fun!
Earle Farrell 4Memphis on Wednesdays
I join the  Earle Farrell 4Memphis Show each Wednesday at 4 pm via Skype to talk art. Also my event listings are in  4Memphis Magazine, on newsstands as well as online. 
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