The Harrell Performing Arts Theatre
Collierville Arts Council  
440 West Powell Road
Collierville, TN 38017

Join us for our

 2nd Annual Arts in the Alley

Thursday, October 19th from 6-9:30pm 

Featuring Plein Air artists

Music by The Eric Hughes Band

Heavy hors d'ouevres by




Enter behind Bank Tenessee

Tickets $50 (Includes 2 drink tickets)

pruchase tickets online or at Silver Caboose, 

Brooks Collection or Webz. 

Quantities are limited.

Proceeds benefit the Collierville Arts Council

Community Art Galleries of Collierville

Solo exhibitions highlighting our community artists.

Town Hall 

Nahid Aziz, Solo Exhibition. October 30th - December 29th 

Nahid Aziz lives in Collierville, Tennessee and graduated from the University of Memphis in 2015 with a degree in Fine Arts. She was born in Botswana and raised in Karachi, Pakistan. The fusion of the cultures she has experienced firsthand have a great influence on her work. She has done several exhibitions around the greater Memphis area and her latest project was a collaboration with HSN and Steve Madden in curating a collection of shoes and handbags with her pieces featured on them.


Harrell Performing Arts Theatre

Paul Madison Wilson Collection, Historic Photography of Collierville. October 30th- Decemeber 29th 


Paul Madison Wilson captured daily life in Collierville with his camera. His visual record continues to provide a plethora of information and entertainment for Museum Visitors. The Morton Museum gives its sincerest thank you to his family, including Dorothy Boyd Wilson, for allowing us to share his pictures in this gallery.

Morton Museum

Kevin Bowers, Solo Exhibition. October 30th- Decemeber 29thOpening Reception November 10th,  6:00 - 7:30 pm

Kevin Bowers is a Memphis born artist. He attended Raleigh Egypt High School and later attended University of Memphis, where he received Bachelor of Fine Arts, and is currently attending Memphis College of Art Master’s Art Education program. Kevin lives in Lakeland, Tennessee and is an art teacher for Tipton County Schools. Kevin has a wife, and 3 children.  He works from a studio at his home, which he calls “The Vault”. Kevin has been featured in several gallery showings and is one of the most prolific artists in the Memphis area.

If you are or know of any visual artists interested in demonstrating for Art On the Move November 4th, please contact Morton Museum Director Brooke Mundy at 901-457-2650 or email to