• Yoga Thursdays

    Feb 23rd, 2017
    1:00pm - 2:00pm
    Pay what it's worth.

    Misti Rae Holton leads a vinyasa yoga class in our breathtaking Schilling Gallery every Thursday.

    Bring your own mat and a towel or small blanket.

    Due to the proximity of art, no water allowed. Limited class size.

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  • Tea & Tour for Seniors: American Art in the Brooks Permanent Collection

    Feb 23rd, 2017
    2:00pm - 4:00pm
    $3 per person/Free for Brooks Membership.

    Enjoy a leisurely tour of American Art in the museum’s collection, conducted by a knowledgeable docent, followed by tea and treats in the Terrace Room.

    $3 per person/Free for Brooks Members.

    Reservations required by February 20.

    Please call 901 544 6244 to reserve your spot.


    Thomas Hart Benton, American, 1889 – 1975, Engineer's Dream, 1931, Oil on panel, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art; Eugenia Buxton Whitnel Funds  75.1. © T.H. Benton and R.P. Benton Testamentary Trusts / UMB Bank Trustee / VAGA, New York, NY

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  • The Gentleman's House: Presentation by Dr. Stephen Hague

    Feb 25th, 2017
    10:30am - 11:30am
    Included with museum admission.

    A DECORATIVE ARTS TRUST EVENT

    Hague's presentation will discuss the architecture, landscapes, gardens and furnishings of several Georgian houses with illustrations from his most recent book The Gentleman's House in the British Atlantic World 1680-1780.

    Dr. Stephen Hague serves currently on the faculty of the History Department at Rowan University.

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  • Black History Month Screening and Discussion of 13th

    Feb 25th, 2017
    2:00pm - 4:00pm
    Memphis Brooks Museum of Art | Free.

    This extraordinary film by Ava DuVernay centers on the language of The 13th Amendment of the Constitution, which abolished slavery, but simultaneously provided the structure for black people to be imprisoned with impunity.

    DuVernay connects America's dependance on the enslavement of black bodies to our present, providing a searing argument that mass incarceration and police involved shooting are but an extension of our violent racial past. 


    Sponsored by The Shelby County Public Defender's Office and the Ben F. Jones Memphis chapter of the National Bar Association. 

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