Posts Tagged “Memphis”

Face It Memphis!

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Beverly & Sam Ross Gallery Christian Brothers University, Memphis, TN August 15, 2014- October 2, 2014 A coextensive space was created in this quaint gallery on the bottom floor of the Plough Library at Christian Brothers University. This surprisingly intimate and relatable show made of 106 Memphian faces was exhibited by a group of nineteen…

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Juvenile-in-Justice: Photographs by Richard Ross

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Art Museum of the University of Memphis September 19, 2014 – November 26, 2014 www.juvenile-in-justice.com/ Juvenile-in-Justice: Photographs by Richard Ross was on view last fall at the Art Museum of the University of Memphis (AMUM) last fall. More than aesthetically pleasing compositions, Ross’ project explored the living histories of over 1,000 children and teenagers at over…

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Belle Mort

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On a rainy Saturday night a light spirit of romance filled Marshall Arts in Memphis with the debut performance of Belle Mort, a new piece created by Terri Phillips with support from ArtsMemphis. Swept clean of distraction, the space hosted three dancers and a musician who took the audience, of around one hundred people, through…

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Number: Presents Art of the South 2014

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Number: Inc is happy to announce a Juried Exhibition entitled Art of the South 2014. This exhibition will take place at the Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary at University of Memphis. Submit your work online here. Details A juried exhibition open to all artists 18 and older working in any media residing in AL, AR, FL,…

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Happy Cannibals at Material Art Space

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Broad Avenue’s one room art space Material showcased small works by Melissa Farris on Saturday, December 7. The “Bitesize Morsels” were delicate, yet vibrant, paintings of individual size. The colors mimicked Pepto-Bismol pink and an illustrative meaty red to form compositions reminiscent of classic cutesy animal cartoons and diagrams of meat pre-consumption.

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Student Artists Collaborate with Composer

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The exhibition currently on view at the Germantown Performing Arts Center is a collaboration between composer/musician Anna Clyne and 26 Houston high school Advanced Placement and Art IV visual arts students. The works are based on Clyne’s written text, snippets of music from her website and the student /teacher discussions held in class and reference…

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Niki Johnson at Wrong Again Gallery

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Behind Closed Doors: An Evening of Rockwellian Taboo Wrong Again Gallery Memphis, TN October 13-25, 2012 Breaking the rules set at the Wrong Again gallery, Niki Johnson was present at her own opening. By design, Greely Myatt, owner and creator of the gallery space stipulates that the exhibiting artist uses Skype to attend the opening….

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The Art of Science

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The Art of Science Memphis College of Art – Hyde Gallery Memphis, TN September 26 – November 3, 2012 What do you get when you cross a human tracheal epithelial cell with a paintbrush? The Art of Science 2012, on view at the Hyde Gallery in Memphis, Tennessee through November 3, 2012. This group exhibition…

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