For Information contact:

Patricia Cooper
Visual Arts Coordinator

The Gallery

The Lobby Gallery is free and open to the public during normal business hours and on days of performances.

GPAC celebrates the visual arts by exhibiting artwork by emerging and professional artists from around the region.

Series Sponsor Kimery Wealth Management

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2018 - 2019 Season

January Exhibit

ART OUT LOUD! A Reflection Of Student's Voices

ACT –SO of Memphis ( Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics) 

Artists Reception: Saturday, January 12                  5:30 - 7:30pm

February exhibit

See Me, Hear Me, I Am Human

Jin Powell

Artist Reception: Saturday, February 2                  5:30 - 7:30pm

March exhibit

Parsing Banality: Post Painterly Art of Dilettantism

Steven Heard

Artist Reception: Friday, March 22                                5:30 - 7:30pm

April Exhibit

Story Time


Artist Reception: Saturday, April 20                            4:30 - 6:30pm




DEC 1 - JAN 3

Artist Reception: Saturday DEC 8 at 4:30pm
Free and open to the public.

“Fabricadabra” is an exhibit of the fiber art of two artists, Phyllis Boger and Constance Grayson. The exhibit’s title also acknowledges the magic that happens when the everyday component of fabric is painted, dyed, stitched and otherwise manipulated into art. The playfulness, rich color and dimensionality of the work in the exhibit adds to the sense of magic.

Phyllis and Constance begin their creative process with the same raw material—fabric in one form or the other. From there, their individual styles and techniques diverge. Phyllis’ work is comprised primarily of painted or dyed silk. Phyllis’ use of fabric in her work is for the substrate upon which she creates her final piece. Constance also begins with fabric but, in her case, bits and bits of fabric that she assembles and ultimately stitches into the completed work.

This exhibit will be the third two-artist exhibit of work by Phyllis and Constance. Their styles are different but their use of fabric as a key component in their work, their playful designs and their love of color are unifying themes in their work.

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