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The Memphis Brooks Museum of Art is the largest and one of the oldest Museums in
the Mid-South. The museum is located in Memphis’ beautiful and historic Overton Park. The facility consists of 29 galleries, art classrooms, a print study room with over 4,500 works of art on paper, a research library with over 5,000 volumes, and an auditorium. The collection has over seven thousand works of art, including paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, and examples of the decorative arts. Of particular note are the Samuel H. Kress Collection of Renaissance and Baroque paintings, the Hugo N. Dixon Collection of Impressionist paintings, the Levy Collection of American prints, the Goodman Book Collection, and the Goodheart Collection of Carl Gutherz paintings, drawings, and archival material.
The Memphis Brooks Museum of Art enriches the lives of its diverse community through the museum’s expanding collection, varied exhibitions, and dynamic programs that reflect the art of world cultures from antiquity to the present.
The Germantown Performing Arts Centre is a multidisciplinary performing arts facility whose mission is to serve the community by presenting the highest quality artistic endeavors to engage, enrich and transform. Opened in 1994, GPAC has an acoustically perfect, 824 seat main stage theatre, black box theatre, green room, dressing rooms and a grand lobby. Currently in our 19th season, GPAC presents world renowned performing artists in a variety of genres, year round educational activities for all ages, rotating visual art exhibits and many community events, welcoming over 70,000 visitors annually. The organization benefits from the infrastructure of a professional organization that possesses a clear direction, strong financial health, and a committed board of directors. Located in the heart of Shelby County, GPAC serves the greater Memphis area of over a million people and is accessible to all. Our audience reflects a broad cross section of the larger community cutting across age, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, etc. GPAC board (half are seniors, one-third persons of color) and staff are committed to presenting a diverse array of artists, offering a variety of programming, marketing to a wide cross section of our community, increasing the quality and quantity of educational offerings, making the arts accessible to underserved and disabled constituents, improving the diversity of audiences and the artists which attract them and building relationships with new constituencies.
As the flagship statewide academic health system, the mission of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center is to bring the benefits of the health sciences to the achievement and maintenance of human health, with a focus on the citizens of Tennessee and the region, by pursuing an integrated program of education, research, clinical care, and public service.