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$5 After 5

Thursdays | 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Members: Free | Non-Members: $5

Enjoy $5 admission on Thursdays from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the Huntsville Museum of Art. Explore the Museum’s latest exhibitions or visit favorites from the Museum collection during this after-hours event. Wine service has returned. Guests aged 21+ will be able to purchase a glass of wine from the Church Street Wine Shoppe for $7. At 6 p.m., singer Arthurine Shackleford will perform in the galleries.

About Arthurine Shackleford:

Arthurine Shackleford is an engineer who never lost her desire to express herself through the arts. She attended Alabama A&M University (AAMU) and later transferred to the University of Alabama in Huntsville, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Industrial and Systems Engineering) and a Master of Science in Engineering (Industrial and Systems Engineering/Engineering Management).

Music is a passion for Ms. Shackleford. She sang in church choirs from the age of six. During her elementary and high school years, she participated in school choirs, where she was often one of the featured soloists, and she played clarinet in the concert and marching bands. Ms. Shackleford received her classical training in voice while on a music scholarship during her college years at AAMU. She has sung in several groups and choirs over the years, including the Dr. Horace Carney Chorale, CEADS of Joy, the Nell Lane Bradford Legacy Choir, and the Huntsville Community Chorus. In recent years, she released an EP of Christian music titled SING UNTO THE LORD. After hearing about several suicides of bullied young people, Ms. Shackleford felt led to release a single she had written titled Remember.

Ms. Shackleford has also enjoyed performing on stage. She was a chorus member in the local production of the opera The Ballad of Baby Doe. She played the roles of Jo Ann, one of the Sweethearts, and was part of the ensemble in a local production of Dreamgirls. Ms. Shackleford was also cast as an Emerald City Citizen and a Crow in a local production of The Wiz.

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