Art Museums
  • Albers Fine Art Gallery  
    Albers Gallery emphasizes the artistic relationship between fine art and craft by uniting the elements of design and integrating these elements into an individual's environment.

    1102 Brookfield Road, Memphis, TN 38119
    email at:  

  • Art Museum of the University of Memphis  
    An educational, research, and community service component of the College and supports the cultural, service, research, and teaching missions of the College, the College's academic departments, and the University.

  • Art Village Gallery
    Specializing in African-American and Carribean Fine Art

  • Brooks Museum of Art  
    The oldest and largest fine arts museum in the state of Tennessee, housing one of the most outstanding collections of fine art dating from antiquity to the present.

  • Byrum Gallery
    Ronnie Byrum is that particular type of artist for whom creation comes as natural as breathing.

  • Clough-Hanson Gallery  
    Gallery hours: Tuesday through Saturday 11am to 5pm

  • Jay Etkin Gallery
    This 10,000 sq ft commercial gallery is one of the region's largest art venues and provides a showcase of the finest regional, national, & international contemporary fine art.

    (901) 543-0035

  • Lafayette Ragsdale  
    Displayed in the gallery are most of my prints and a few of my original watercolor paintings. I will add more of the originals as time goes on and as I complete more paintings.

  • Ledbetter Lusk Gallery
    4540 Poplar. Laurelwood. Memphis, TN 38117

  • Memphis Black Arts Alliance, Inc.  
    Since 1982, MBAA has provided the city's first community-based performing and visual arts incubator - the FireHouse Community Arts Center which houses a gallery, dance studio/mini-theater, workshops and music studios. Also home to the FireHouse Community Arts Academy, a year-round, evening and Saturday community arts schools for children and adults teaching ballet, tap dance, piano, voice, painting, drawing, photography, acting and more.

  • Pink Palace Family of Museums  
    Welcome to the Pink Palace Family of Museums, a wide-ranging collection of historic, educational, and technological attractions maintained by the City of Memphis, Tennessee and Memphis Museums, Inc. Some of the finest attractions and exhibits in the country are operated by the Museum Family, including the Pink Palace Museum, the Crew Training International IMAX Theatre, the Sharpe Planetarium, The Lichterman Nature Center and the historic Mallory Neely and Magevney Houses. The Pink Palace Museum, the Sharpe Planetarium and the Crew Training International IMAX Theatre are accredited members of the American Alliance of Museums. The Lichterman Nature Center was the first accredited nature center in the United States. For more information, please go to

  • Private Treasures Art Gallery  
    Response to this collection of original art has been so gratifying that it's expanded into an entirely new section.

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