Arts

Memphian Spotlight: DJ Pryor

We doubt you can get your kids on his waiting list, but DJ Pryor is the new principal at Memphis Daddy Day Care. #RealTalk His adorable—and hilarious—viral video has been viewed 57 million times across social media. It also showcases the role that millennial dads are playing in young households. Psychological research from families across […]

Arts

The Who’s Who of Black Memphis Art Renaissance

Black History Month gives us an opportunity to pay homage to some great Memphis artists: from Aretha Franklin (yes, Detroit – she was born here), Issac Hayes, Ernest Withers and George Hunt. Memphis has and continues to birth culture creators and shifters.  There’s been a fresh wave of creatives sweeping over Memphis over the past […]

Arts

A Journey Towards Self-Definition

On View Now: A Journey Towards Self-Definition: African American Artists in the Permanent Collection, Organized by Heather Nickels, Joyce Blackmon Curatorial Fellowship in African American Art and Art of the African Diaspora.