Open call to all artists to address the complex theme of “home.” All mediums encouraged, painting, photography, performance, sculpture, mixed media, video, and sound.
A place of home has very different meanings to all of us. Sometimes it is a memory, a sense of place, a person, a dream, a certain chaos, a metaphorical anchor, a roof over our heads.
Exhibition of video art by Janaye Brown.
Location: Screening Room, plus pop-out film panels in the East Atrium
Point in Time presents sixteen of Brown’s minimalist videos made within the past seven years. Brown makes videos based on pregnant moments observed in her everyday life. Her filmmaking background informs the techniques used to build and sustain a sense of anticipation while emphasizing the passage of time.
“Angels in Our Community” by Pam Santi Napapon Santirojprapai (clay / wood / paper) is the current bar top exhibition in Art Bar at Crosstown Arts.
“With each clay work, I honor women in our community – mothers/ artists/ homemakers. They may all have different beliefs, but they all share love of their community. It is a good example for my life. This is the way I thank them for showing me and changing many lives in our community!”
Shared Art Making manager/instructor Jamie Harmon will explain how to start the design and editing process for laser engraving, photography, and silk screening. Attendees will learn the necessary steps to translate their creative concepts into art objects like t-shirts, photo portraits, vinyl stickers, and more. Everything you need will be provided. Space is limited so advance sign-up is required.
Jazz tribute to American saxophonist and composer Bobby Watson featuring Michael Shults (alto sax), Alvie Givhan (piano), Alan Maguire (acoustic bass), and Carl Maquire (drums).
Doors at 6:30 pm | performance at 7 pm
Location: Crosstown Arts East Atrium
Learn the age-old craft of expression through sculpting bone into art. Sarrah Camp will guide you in how to create your own jewelry by wire wrapping and handcrafting chains with a curated selection of animal bones. You will make two pieces of original wearable sculptures during the class. The animal bones are ethically sources from the MidSouth area and processed locally in Sarrah’s studio. Everything you need will be provided.