Arts and Culture

Sidewalk Festival for the Performing Arts Mary Jo Kariminia installs her interactive art work What really sets NBE apart are its students. Simply put: these are not the kinds of kids you usually see in a dance studio.
Feature StoryClub patrons dance and vogue as part of a Kiki Ball at Club Memphis.

Orange Mound club serves the black LGBTQ community


Feature StoryElite Starz of Nashville make their way down the parade route.

In photos: A mile-long community at the Orange Mound parade


Feature StoryMelrose Football

Video: Friday night lights at Melrose Stadium


Innovation & Job NewsIndie Memphis will host the world premiere of Wilson's "Thom Pain."

Indie Memphis Film Festival grows beyond a regional event


Feature StoryGhost Signs

Ghost signs show Memphis commerce of days long gone


Development NewsI AM A MAN Plaza rendering

I AM A MAN Plaza to honor civil rights milestone


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Memphis is a rich with authentic arts and culture assets. From the thriving music industry with deep roots in every important American genre to an impressive p[erforming arts district blossoming in Overton Square, Memphis' creative talents are not left in the history books. The city is  home to a nationally acclaimed professional ballet company, opera and symphony orchestra. We boast an array of incredible museums, including the newly renovated National Civil Rights Museum.