“Art in Response” is an exhibition at Caritas Village organized by an
alliance of artists dedicated to achieving a communal voice through art. We
seek solidarity between the artistic and political communities of Memphis in
an effort to combat inequality and exploitation in our city. We wish to
create a forum which questions the prevailing structures of power and
pursues... a radical re-imagination of our society.
“Art in Response” will feature works from the Memphis community. The works
should critically question the systemic divisions (race, gender, class, etc)
within our city. Works should explore the ways in which these forms of
separation affect us as both individuals and as a community.
The show starts at 6 p.m.
Caritas Village, 2509 Harvard Avenue, 327-5246
Psst... Check out the Save Memphis blog to learn more about Ben Butler's exhibit "Ben Butler: On Growth" on display at Rhodes' Clough-Hanson Gallery.
Clough-Hanson Gallery, Rhodes College, 2000 North Parkway, 843-3442