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Another Life

“Another Life” examines memory through photography, video, and mixed media by a group of local artists.

Opening Reception: Friday, October 30, 6-9 pm

Co-curated by Andrea Morales in collaboration with Crosstown Arts.

Wine + Film: Babette’s Feast

Part of a two-night event with Joe’s Wines, Indie Memphis, Restaurant Iris, and Kysela Imports. Indie Memphis will be screening the Oscar-winning Babette’s Feast on Tuesday July 16th.

CALL TO MUSICIANS — A Change of Tone: In/Out of Sync

Crosstown Arts is challenging musical artists to create a body of new work for A Change of Tone: In/Out of Sync, an exhibition of live music, applicable to musicians of all genres, scheduled for April 18th – 21st, 2020.

This four-part, four-day event will feature a selection of four musical acts, one act per night, who will “exhibit” their music for a listening audience over loudspeakers in one venue as they simultaneously perform it in another, creating a non-traditional listening experience. Click the link for more info and application link.

Continuum Music Festival

A festival of collaborations among musicians and artists of diverse genres from Memphis and beyond, bringing to life unique performance experiences in the historic Crosstown neighborhood.
Continuum will juxtapose performances by contemporary chamber music ensembles such as Nief-Norf and chatterbird, with blues, rock, and hip-hop artists, like Don Lifted and Rob Jungklas.
Tickets are $25 per day/$60 weekend pass
Purchase tickets on Eventbrite

* Limited number of seats available on first-come, ….

Frame Traps: Street Fighter Exhibition

Show of artwork inspired by the video game, Street Fighter. Jazz fusion band Reach will perform remixes of Street Fighter background music. Cosplay models will accent the room. Walk-in cosplay models are welcome.

Up in Arms Collective presents: RESPONSE

A community of diverse Memphis dance artists are coming together to collaborate and create three evenings of original works and performances.

Crosstown Arts