Weekly film screenings hosted by Indie Memphis. Films will screen at Crosstown Arts, Malco’s Studio on the Square, and Ridgeway Theatre on a rotating basis.
This week: Romeo is Bleeding — A young poet transcends turf war violence in Richmond, CA by creating an urban adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
Hustle: professional development for artists is a free program organized by ArtsMemphis, UrbanArt Commission, and Crosstown Arts. The series will provide visual artists with information, resources, and opportunities to support them in the development of their professional careers.
Quarterly event series presented by Indie Memphis and Crosstown Arts. The presenting sponsor for this event is the Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission.
August topic: “XX TCB: Producing in Memphis (and Beyond),” a discussion with producers Erin Hagee Freeman, Kim Bledsoe Lloyd, Dreka Shevon, and Melissa Anderson Sweazy. Moderated by Joann Self Selvidge.
Crosstown Arts’ Open Crit series, organized in partnership with ArtsMemphis, is a monthly critique event where visual artists are invited to bring new and/or in-progress studio work for critical feedback and group discussion particular to each artist’s practice. All sessions are free and open to the public.
Artist talks by Danielle Sierra, Heidi Walter, and Andrea King, whose work is on display in this two-day exhibition.