Closing reception for Goodnight My Love, an exhibition of photographs from the Ernest Withers collection, including works from Dr. Withers’ vast archive of more than one million negatives that have never been seen by the public.
Books of photography from the exhibition will be sold at the closing reception.
A musical performance and lecture series presented by Sonosphere in collaboration with Crosstown Arts
Maria Chavez, an abstract turntablist/sound artist/DJ of Lima, Peru, and vocalist/guitarist/pianist Christina Carter will collaborate on a performance.
Jazz tribute to the music of Grant Green, featuring Joe Restivo (guitar), Alvie Givhan (piano), Tim Goodwin (acoustic bass), and Pee Wee Jackson (drums).
The Crosstown Jazz Series, presented by Strictly Jazz Entertainment in collaboration with Crosstown Arts, is designed to salute classic jazz music as contemporary musicians perform the work of the legends.
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: Are We Not Cats — New Yorker Eli (Michael Patrick Nicholson) loses his girlfriend, home, and job in less than 24 hours. After landing a job transporting car parts upstate to make some quick cash, he meets Anya (Chelsea Lopez), a young woman who shares his fetish for eating hair. In this gorgeously lensed oddball ….
Selected work by James Benning | Curated by Terri Phillips and Brian Pera
Locations: Screening Room, East Atrium, & 430 gallery
Saturday, May 19, 7 pm — 430 N. Cleveland
Reception, filmmaker Q&A, and screening of measuring change (60 min), 2016
Screening Times (Screening Room):
Friday, May 18 — L. Cohen (45 min), 2017
Saturday, May 19 — Ash o1 (20 min), 2016
Sunday, May 20 — READERS (108 min), 2017
Screenings of James Benning’s 52 Films project