Calling all wild things, mischievous children, and lovable characters! Come to the Brooks and be transported from page to stage to faraway places...Learn More
Every year, we are honored to host what some artists have called the "championships for our young artists": the Mid-South Scholastic Art Awards. Featuring more than 135 artworks by the Mid South's best and brightest creative youths, this visual celebration of the Mid South's best creativity is sure to inspire and give you hope for tomorrow.
The Brooks is Memphis' art museum. Until we move Downtown, we're OPEN in Overton Park. Come explore your museum and its 29 galleries, 2 art classrooms, print study room, research library, and professional auditorium.About the Brooks
Monday + Tuesday
10a – 8p
10a – 4p
10a – 4p
10a – 5p
11a - 5p
Every Wednesday, your museum is FREE and open late!
“And now," cried Max, "let the wild rumpus start!” Come celebrate the holiday season at Memphis' art museum with art-making, cookie decorating, live performances, Sendak’s Nutcracker film screening, and so much more. Fun and free for the whole family!Learn More
Join us for a free screening of "Nutcracker: the Motion Picture" featuring set and costume design by Maurice Sendak!Learn More
Join us for a screening of Spike Jonze's "Where the Wild Things Are" adaptation of Maurice Sendak's story on Saturday, January 7th.Learn More
Join us for a tour of Drawing the Curtain: Maurice Sendak's Designs for Opera and Ballet with Ben SmithLearn More
At the Brooks, we believe art is a unifying force. We see how art inspires creativity, dialogue, and communal spirit. That is why we strive to make art accessible to the whole community, in and outside the museum.