Monthly filmmaking forum presented by Indie Memphis and Crosstown Arts.
Join Indie Memphis & Crosstown Arts for a very special Shoot & Splice: An Evening with Graham Gordy. Mr. Gordy is perhaps best known as the creator and executive producer of the partially shot and Memphis-set Cinemax series Quarry. Hear from Graham about his experiences in making the series and working as a writer in the so-called “golden age of television,” as well as how he’s gone about making a career for himself while still calling the South his home.
Second annual art show and sale hosted by TN Craft Southwest. Featuring works by Mary Batholemew, Dale & Brin Baucum, Brandy Boyd, Pat Chafee, Hallie Charney, Rose Conway, Katie Dann, Jeanine Hill, Debbie Lovett, Joshua Samuels, Angela Schneider, and Catherine Stevens.
Collaborative exhibition of place setting-inspired art. At a typical potluck, individuals are asked to contribute a shared food item. But in this case, individuals were invited to bring to the table their individual interpretation of a meal’s structural elements: a place setting. Altogether, these unique place settings create a large-scale collaborative table-top installation, a collective visual feast.
Join us for the opening celebration of Crosstown Concourse, scheduled nearly 90 years to the day of the original Sears Crosstown grand opening in August 1927. This celebration of history and rebirth will showcase the organizations and businesses that courageously believed in and dedicated themselves to the creation of this one-of-a-kind vertical urban village. A full schedule of events will be released soon, but expect great food, live music, dance performances, art exhibitions, a Concourse documentary screening, tenant open houses, and more.
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.