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wishbook: William E. Jones January 19-February 11

Crosstown Arts,
1350 Concourse Ave., Suite 280
Memphis, 38104
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New work by William E. Jones | Curated by Terri Phillips and Brian Pera On view through Feb. 11 Locations: Screening Room & East Atrium Receptions: Friday, Jan. 19, 6-9 pm (screening runs from 7-9 pm) Saturday, Jan. 20, 7-9 pm (screening & artist talk with Brian Pera at 430 N. Cleveland) The wishbook series is a triannual exhibition with a focus on artists’ films. Curators Brian Pera and Terri Phillips welcome internationally recognized artists, filmmakers, and critics to Memphis…

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100 Women Who Care Memphis January 23, 7:00 pm-8:00 pm

The Church Health Center-Community Room,
1350 Concourse Avenue #142
Memphis, 38104
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00 WOMEN. 1 HOUR. 10,000 DOLLARS. Making a $10,000 impact on non-profit organizations serving the Memphis area 3 times a year. The first (3) nonprofits chosen at random are: Playback Memphis, Creative Aging, Room In The Inn. We look forward to learning more about these nonprofits and how they are working to make Memphis a better place!

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Ink Angels Casting January 24, 12:30 pm-9:30 pm

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Featured Extras wanted in Memphis TN, and Little Rock, AK for SPIKE TV Major Tattoo show DATES Memphis- Wednesday January 24th Little Rock- Wednesday January 31st LOCATION- (shoot locations disclosed when booked) TIME- 12:30pm call time (wrap 930pm) MEAL break in middle of day RATE-$70 Flat CASH stipend at the end of shoot Please have talent send us the following *Must be 21+ to apply -EMAIL -PICTURE -AGE -NAME -PHONE -CITY/STATE YOU LIVE IN MUST be able to self report…

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Afrospace January 24, 8:00 pm-11:45 pm

Crosstown Arts,
430 N Cleveland
Memphis, 38104
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Intergalactic sounds of the African disapora featuring J. Mack, Spekulate the Philosopher, Lady Celest, Jayvee the Prince, and DJ Space Age. Doors open at 7 pm $5 before 8 pm/$10 after 8 pm Free drinks

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Elizabeth Alley: Two Stories of Iceland January 26-March 11

Crosstown Arts,
1350 Concourse Ave., Suite 280
Memphis, 38104
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A narrative exploration of Icelandic stories and landscape in small paintings and drawings by Elizabeth Alley. On view: January 26-March 11 Opening reception: Friday, January 26, 6-8 pm Artist Statement: Iceland is dramatic and magical, with mountains, lava fields, the original geyser, visible tectonic plates, and rivers that dramatically cut through the landscape and produce giant waterfalls that look like they drop into the abyss. Just looking at the rocks covered with moss, or the lupin flowers creating an intricate…

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Emily C. Thomas: Imprismed January 26-March 11

Crosstown Arts,
1350 Concourse Ave., Suite 280
Memphis, 38104
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An exhibition of paintings, sculpture, and digital objects that constructs a dialectic between the repression and cultivation of psycho-sexual energies through the ages. On view: January 26-March 11 Opening reception: Friday, January 26, 6-8 pm “The most perfect medium would be an invisible one.” — Terence McKenna Imagine walking into a gallery space and telepathically downloading a mirage of visions, ideas, and living information. IMPRISMED proposes to explore the unconscious infrastructures that inform our perceptions within the lineage of visionary…

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Pam McDonnell: Material Equivalence January 26-March 11

Crosstown Arts,
1350 Concourse Ave., Suite 280
Memphis, 38104
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New work by Memphis-based artist Pam McDonnell Curated by Anna Wunderlich On view: January 26-March 11 Opening reception: Friday, January 26, 6-8 pm Artist Statement: Material Equivalence is my exploration of the Spanish term “duende.” It describes the wordless reaction a person feels from experiencing the output of another person’s creativity. It can be seen in work that has a certain quality of passion and inspiration. Work with duende is said to have a soul, be highly expressive, and authentic.…

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Terri Phillips: Don’t Look for My Heart January 26-March 11

Crosstown Arts,
1350 Concourse Ave., Suite 280
Memphis, 38104
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On view through March 11 Opening reception: Friday, Jan. 26, 6-8 pm A canopy of black garments that loom over a pond of demolished confections, evoking a scene of quiet despair and a state of ruin. Artist Statement: Terri Phillips draws from a multiplicity of artistic traditions, including sculpture, performance, film, installation, sound, and photography. Her work incorporates humble materials and everyday objects to create scenes of magic realism based on an abstracted narrative of the artist’s history. Phillips choses…

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Crosstown Arts Presents: Game Show with Myron Mays at the Concourse February 1, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm

Crosstown Concourse,
1350 Concourse Avenue
Memphis , 38104
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Crosstown Arts Presents: “Game Show with Myron Mays”! It’s a Hollywood Style Game Show! Come and be a part of our STUDIO AUDIENCE for your chance to be a BIG WINNER! Play “Musical Chairs”, “Man & Wife”, “HIGH or LOW”, “Price Check” or our popular trivia game “Totally Useless Information”! But wait…there’s MORE! Not only will Game Show be featured, it will be a night of card games, classic board games and MORE! That means more FUN, more PRIZES and…

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Opera Omakase: That’s Amore!… Right? February 9, 7:00 am-8:30 pm

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Love is great! And love is terrible. This lighthearted event explores the incredible and incredibly aggravating aspects of modern love. In Japanese cuisine, omakase refers to a meal made up of dishes specially chosen by the chef. This season, we are borrowing this culinary term to describe operatic experiences curated by our music director, Michael Sakir. So, instead of food omakase, this is music omakase – music selected just for you!

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