Now in its fourth edition, Young Collectors Contemporary is one the most celebrated art events and the perfect destination to discover and buy visual art from emerging artists.
Presented by Young Arts Patrons, the art fair returns to Memphis from March 21-24 and showcases the genius of a national roster of emerging artists.
The Fair’s ambitious four-day program includes live performances, engaging panel discussions, experimental works, and food and drink from some of Memphis’s best restaurateurs, and mixologists.
The exhibition that goes along with the conference will remain on view at Crosstown Arts through April 7. After the ticketed events, the exhibition will be free and open to the public.
Crosstown Arts spring session resident artists will open their studios to the public in this behind-the-scenes look at the residency program.
The Crosstown Arts residency program offers multidisciplinary residencies to visiting and Memphis-based artists and curators, working in any creative discipline including visual and performing arts, music, film, and writing in all genres.
Crosstown Arts welcomes Stitched: Celebrating the Art of Quilting from May 10-July 28, 2019. This festival will feature two art exhibitions, public quilting workshops, and a Gathering of the Guilds showcase.