June 30, 2014

CAC Events


We are surrounded by the arts—art of our environment. We are so accustomed to it that we are hardly aware until we see the first spring flower, the first hummingbird, a beautiful sunrise or sunset, winter’s first snowfall, or the magic of a rainbow. Nature is constantly changing her palate offering the complete spectrum of color, design and structure. It’s all around us.

Artists create visual art primarily for aesthetic purposes, or to satisfy themselves, or to make a statement; we judge that work for its beauty and meaningfulness, and enjoy this work specifically as painting, sculpture, drawing, watercolor, graphics, and architecture.

The Collierville Arts Council is a part of that experience and works to encourage, exhibit and promote this fine arts’ creativity. In addition, Collierville Community Art Galleries were created for the public to showcase artwork for the encouragement and development of artistic expression, and to nurture greater appreciation for art in our community. Each year, the Morton Museum and the Collierville Arts Council collaborate to develop this yearlong rotation of exhibitions in our three galleries.

Take advantage of these exhibitions by visiting our free public galleries. They are located at the Collierville Town Hall, 500 Poplar View Parkway with hours Monday- Friday, 8:00am­5:00pm; the Harrell Performing Arts Theatre, 440 W. Powell Road with hours Monday­Friday, 9:00am­5:00pm and during performances; and at the Morton Museum, 196 N. Main Street with hours Tuesday­Saturday, 10:00am­4:00pm.

All galleries are wheelchair accessible.

For exhibition criteria and more detailed information covering our 2016 Exhibition Schedule, click on the link.

< Link to http://colliervillemuseum.org/exhibitions/satellite‐exhibitions >

View our Application Requirements or Email Museum@ci.collierville.tn.us for more

information. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis.

2 thoughts on “CAC Events

    • If you look at the description of the characters it shows ages but there are only a couple of roles for young teens so this show is a bit limited when it comes to children. It also always depends on who comes out to audition.


      Terry Dean

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