“On behalf of the Brooks, I’m proud to announce RedBall Project as our gift, on our hundredth birthday, to the city of Memphis,” said Emily Ballew Neff, Ph.D., executive director of the Brooks Museum.
The Brook’s gift to the city of Memphis on their hundredth birthday, RedBall Project kicks off a year of centennial programming at the Brooks. Also join us for the Party of the Century! our celebration of the museum’s hundredth anniversary, on Saturday, May 7, 2016. The museum will be open and free to all for live music, art-making, tours and surprises, all highlighting our renowned world art collection and creative year-round programming.
Locations | 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Thursday, April 28 – Memphis Brooks Museum of Art plaza
Friday, April 29 – New Daisy Theatre, Beale Street
Saturday, April 30 – Beale Street Landing
Sunday, May 1 – 409 S. Main
Monday, May 2 – University of Tennessee, 800 Madison
Tuesday, May 3 – Barboro Alley, between Union and Gayoso
Wednesday May 4 – Memphis College of Art, Overton Park
Thursday, May 5 – Hattiloo Theatre, 37 S. Cooper
Friday, May 6 – Stax Museum of American Soul Music
Saturday, May 7 – Memphis Brooks 1916 Entrance