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Dr. Earnestine Jenkins featured in Forbes article on Top Five Black Women to Know In The Art World

UofM Art History Professor Earnestine Jenkins was recently featured in art consultant Alaina Simone’s list of Top Five Black Women to Know In The Art World, an article written by Brienne Walsh published on Forbes.com. Jenkins, who specializes in African American Diaspora history, was lauded in the article for recently…

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The Department of Theatre & Dance presents Trouble in Mind by Alice Childress – a socially-distant theatre experience

The University of Memphis Department of Theatre & Dance has announced “Trouble in Mind” written by Alice Childress, as the next show in the Fall 2020 Jubilee Season. The show will feature a cast of actors safely distanced and wearing masks, and will be filmed and then made available for…

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5th Annual Memphis International Piano Festival & Competition Concert kicks off tomorrow

5th Annual Memphis International Piano Festival & Competition Concert will kick off this Friday, October 16 and continue through Sunday, October 18, with a virtual collegiate masterclass, awards ceremony and winners’ recital. This event will be livestreamed via Vimeo at https://vimeo.com/event/307776. See below for a full schedule. Friday, October 16th,…

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The Dept. of Theatre & Dance presents Lest We Forget: Black Memphis History Through Dance/Theatre – an all-outdoors, socially-distant theatre experience

While most theatres have gone on hiatus, the University of Memphis Department of Theatre & Dance proudly to announce the second show in its ongoing Jubilee Season — Lest We Forget: Black Memphis History Through Dance/Theatre.   This outdoor performance, a combination of dance and theatre, explores 120 years of…

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UofM Department of Theatre & Dance presents “Or,” as first show of fall 2020

While most theatres have gone on hiatus, the University of Memphis Department of Theatre & Dance is proud to announce “Or,” written by Liz Duffy Adams, as the first show of the fall 2020 Jubilee Season. The UofM joins theaters nationwide in Jubilee — a year-long celebration of performances generated by…

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