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The Art Museum of the University of Memphis (AMUM)
BOX Gallery
Harris Concert Hall
The Martha and Robert Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary Art
Mainstage Theatre
Michael D. Rose Theatre Lecture Hall

The Art Museum at the University of Memphis (AMUM)
142 Communication and Fine Arts Building
901.678.2224
artmuseum@memphis.edu
Admission is free. 

Inaugurated in 1981, the Art Museum at the University of Museum is open to the public Monday-Saturday throughout the year. In its six galleries, AMUM displays contemporary art projects, 19th and 20th century art and design, African traditional art and Egyptian antiquities from the collection of the Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology. AMUM’s growing research collections, including the Samuel H. Crone drawings and archives, Andy Warhol photographs and prints, the Robert and Martha Fogelman collection of African art are regularly used by University of Memphis art and museum studies students and professors and are available by appointment to other researchers. AMUM’s active social media sites, including Facebook and Twitter, provide constant project and event updates. The museum welcomes inquiries about hosting after hours private events.

BOX Gallery
100 Art and Communication Building
3715 Central Ave. (across from the Holiday Inn)
901.678.2216
jmlund@memphis.edu
Admission is free.

The BOX Gallery is the student-run gallery at the University of Memphis. Programming consists of three-week shows as well as artist talks and other events.

Harris Concert Hall
Music Building
3775 Central Ave.
901.678.2279 

Harris Auditorium is the official concert hall for the Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music at the University of Memphis. Many performances are free. For a performance schedule, go to memphis.edu/music.

The Martha and Robert Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary Art
230 and 240 Art and Communication Building
3715 Central Ave. (across from the Holiday Inn)
901.678.2216
theartist_ljulian@hotmail.com 

The Martha and Robert Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary Art provides with vastly expanded professional display space for the Art Department at the University of Memphis. The galleries serve as a valuable educational experience for our students. Additionally, it gives the College of Communication and Fine Arts expanded capacity to bring contemporary working artists to campus to enrich the curriculum and broaden our students’ understanding of today’s art world within the national and international context. 

Mainstage Theatre
Theatre Building
3745 Central Ave.
901.678.2576 (Box Office) 

The Mainstage Theatre is the primary venue for theatrical productions at the University of Memphis. Performances are free to U of M students. Faculty, staff and alumni receive two free tickets on the first Friday of each show with the option to purchase $15 tickets for additional guests. Call the Box Office for general ticket information.

Michael D. Rose Theatre Lecture Hall
470 University
901.678.5677 (Ticket Office)
Admission is free. Parking is available for a fee in the Zach Curlin garage, adjacent to the theatre. 

The Michael D. Rose Theatre Lecture Hall is a professional quality academic performance venue for students, faculty and staff at the University of Memphis. In the fall and spring semesters, the Department of Theatre and Dance presents a dance concert, free of charge, to the public.

New Voices is the fall dance concert, featuring the work of student choreographers. The concert is an opportunity to create a work for the stage and an exciting and important event for young choreographers and the dancers in their pieces. In the spring, Momentum showcases inspiring contemporary choreography from faculty and guest artists, continuing the tradition of excellence and creativity in dance at the University.

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