Crosstown Arts’ The Moonpie Project.
"Protect Her" by Monroe, Louisiana, artist Vitus Shell is the latest to be featured in the Crosstown Arts' ongoing mural series, The Moonpie Project,
Wheeler Williams' 1961 female forms "Spring, Summer, Fall," flanking the main entrance of the Brooks Museum, cycles from birth to death. In a softer
If you've walked down the Main Street mall in the past year, you've encountered the work of Eso Tolson. That's his hand-lettering on the
If you've never been to the Art Museum of the University of Memphis (AMUM), now is the time to go. The gallery is celebrating
After three venue changes, the 400-plus capacity Bryan Campus Life Center auditorium at Rhodes College was filled to standing room only, with dozens turned
In 1980, Roland Barthes talks about "the impulse of overready subjectivity" the "I like/I don't like" in Camera Lucida, his chapbook love letter to
Pulling from the immemorial and recollected, the associated and imaginary, Haynes Riley transformed TOPS Gallery into a veritable summer stage in the style of