Broad Ave Spring Art Walk

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Enjoy works by more than 100 artists and craftsmen.
Projection Art by Christopher Reys at The Bikesmith
Live painting demonstration at Bingham & Broad
Come for the art, and stay for Memphis Grizzlies game - broadcast at all resturants/bars.

Performances at Water Tower Pavilion include:
Collage dance Collective ( 8pm)
Stax Music Academy (5pm)
School of Rock Memphis (6pm)
Bluff City Soul Collective (9pm)
Also, music at Falling Into Place, West Memorials, and Found Memphis

Food - Broad Ave restaurants:
Bounty, Broadway Pizza Memphis, The Cove, Cocktail & Oyster Bar, Wiseacre Brewing Company, and Maximo's on Broad

Food trucks: Hot Mess Food Truck, Fuel Cafe/Food Truck, Sushi Jimmi, MEMPopS, Tamale Trolley, Food Geek, RAWK'n Grub Food Truck

You be the canvas/Henna tattoos – Beth Kitchen from New World Henna is at Ronin Studio.

Public Art (Memphis’ largest collection of public art – Broad Avenue from Hollywood to Scott):
- Broad Avenue’s iconic water tower. Light show begins at dusk. Mural designed and painted by Youngblood Studios. Light show designed by Jeremy Fisher.
- Guillaume Alby mural “This is we” at 2568 Broad
- Tom Clifton’s mural “Terpsichore” at 2542 Broad
- Artist Pete Beeman’s sculpture “Head Cart,” installed at the Water Tower Pavilion.
- Eli Gold’s sculpture “Ten Speed” at the Water Tower Pavilion (2542 Broad).
- MATA artistic bus shelter designed by Carrol and May at Hollywood and Broad.
- Memphis Wings wheat paste mural at Falling Into Place by student artists Olivia Malone, Kendall Wright, and Ella Claire White
- Artist Meridith Cole’s mural at 2800 Broad Avenue.
- Prince Mongo mural at Wiseacre by Michael Roy

Wiseacre Brewing Company – celebrate the tapping of Men, Not Machines. Celebrate The Commercial Appeal's 175 Anniversary with a special brew crafted in honor of the newspaper and its contributions to keeping Memphians informed. Men, Not Machines is a maizebock lager with popcorn.

a. On the street – parking is available along Broad Avenue and the adjacent side streets
b. Large Parking Lot on Bingham between Broad and Summer. Secured lot, $5 for the evening.
c. Park at Overton Square and Ride the Roo. The Roo will be shuttling between Overton Square and Broad Avenue beginning at 5 pm.
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By: Broad Ave Arts District

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