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exhibition of works by more than 90 local artists, supporting the Woman’s Exchange mission, “Helping others help themselves.” (327-5681), Saturdays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., and MondaysFridays, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Through Aug. 23.
1934 POPLAR (544-6209).
Memphis College of Art
88 RACINE (327-5681).
1930 POPLAR (272-5100).
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Argentine Tango Society
“Horn Island 35,” Aug. 19-Oct. 4.
“40 Under 40: The Next Generation of American Metal Artists,” to continue the celebration of the museum’s 40th anniversary, this exhibition explores the next generation of influential American metal artists. (774-6380), www.metalmuseum.org/40-under-40. Tuesdays-Sundays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Through Sept. 15. 374 METAL MUSEUM DR. (7746380).
Overton Park Gallery
Dorothy Northern and Jennifer Sargent, exhibition of works. Ongoing. 1581 OVERTON PARK (229-2967).
Playhouse on the Square “Melange,” exhibition of mixed-media work by Rebecca Chappell. (413-4756), Through Sept. 9. “Art Show,” exhibition of new work by Sue Layman. (4097870), Through Sept. 8, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 66 S. COOPER (726-4656).
All level dancers; everyone is welcome. $10. Wednesdays, 6-7:30 p.m.
BERT FERGUSON COMMUNITY CENTER, 8085 TRINITY (341-9282).
Dance Conservatory Open House at the Buckman, Saturday, August 17th, 10 a.m. Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum
“Images of Africa Before & After the Middle Passage,” exhibition of photography by Jeff and Shaakira Edison. (5273427), slavehavenmemphis. com. Ongoing. 826 N. SECOND STREET (527-3427).
“A Love Letter to My Porch,” exhibition of new work by Grace Porter. Through Aug. 26. 387 S. MAIN (734-2911).
Sue Layman Designs
Sue Layman Designs Ongoing Art, exhibition of oil-on-canvas paintings featuring brilliant colors and daring geometric shapes. (409-7870), suelaymandesigns.com. Ongoing. 125 G.E. PATTERSON (409-7870).
Debra Edge Art, ongoing. 99 S. SECOND (527-9772).
Village Frame & Art
“20th Century Memphis Photographs,” exhibition of work by Charlie Ivey and Virginia Schoenster, Wednesdays, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. 540 S. MENDENHALL (767-8882).
“Memphis Germantown Art League Showcase,” exhibition of new works by the MGAL. wkno.org. Mondays-Fridays, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Through Aug. 28. 7151 CHERRY FARMS (458-2521).
Woman’s Exchange Art Gallery
Woman’s Exchange of Memphis Gallery Show, ninth annual
Members of the Argentine Tango Society give lessons and tango demonstrations in the rotunda. Included with museum admission. Third Wednesday, Thursday of every month, 6:30 p.m. MEMPHIS BROOKS MUSEUM OF ART, 1934 POPLAR (544-6209).
Free Belly Dance Open House
Join Karsilama Tribal Belly Dance for an open house with door prizes, food, mini introductory belly dance choreography class, performances, and more. Free. Tues., Aug. 20, 6:15-8 p.m. CORDOVA COMMUNITY CENTER, 1017 SANGA, KARSILAMADANCE.COM.
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different media presenting an expansive vision of Africa’s artistry. www.brooksmuseum. org. Through June 21, 2021. “Bouguereau & America,” exhibition of work by the French academic painter WilliamAdolphe Bouguereau. His modern and highly polished interpretations of classical subjects as well as his intimate and idealized portrayals of peasant life, were avidly sought by American collectors. brooksmuseum.org. Through Sept. 22. “Native Son,” exhibition of sculpture and sound installation by multimedia artist Terry Adkins. www.brooksmuseum. org. Through Sept. 3. Rotunda Projects: Federico Uribe, exhibition of magical creatures and playful installations from everyday objects. www.brooksmuseum.org. Through Oct. 11. “Small Passion,” exhibition of work by Albrecht Dürer, who has long been recognized as one of the most influential artists of the European Renaissance and one of the finest printmakers in the history of art. Through Oct. 27. “About Face,” exhibition located in the Education Gallery highlighting the different ways artists interpret the connection between emotion and expression. www.brooksmuseum.org. Ongoing. “Drawing Memory: Essence of
Memphis,” exhibition of works inspired by nsibidi, a sacred means of communication among male secret societies in southeastern Nigeria by Victor Ekpuk. www.brooksmuseum. org. Ongoing.
Pre-concert lobby showcase sponsored by