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.
Indie Memphis Nights — presented by Orion FCU — will feature a screening of Black Mother.
Filmmaker Khalik Allah offers a unique portrait of Jamaica, the home of his maternal grandparents in this 2018 Indie Memphis Film Festival award-winning film. *2018 Best Departures Feature Winner*
Pay what you can.
Join us for a FREE screening of Jay-Z: Fade to Black in the new Crosstown Arts Theater. This 2004 documentary highlights the career of rapper Jay-Z with a focus on his live Madison Square Garden concert, which, at the time, was intended to be his final performance before retirement. Fade to Black runs through some of the major parts of that performance while cutting to Jay-Z and his exploits, as well as insights into the making The Black Album.
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