Clayborn temple tour
Presenter: Clayborn Reborn Team
Take a tour of the 2017 Young Collectors Contemporary venue, the historic Clayborn Temple. Clayborn Temple, now known as The Clayborn Reborn Revitalization Project, is home to the 1968 Sanitation Workers Strike. From the stain glass to the graffitti, unlock the story behind a historic piece of the civil rights movement.
Time: Saturday, March 25 @ 11:15AM
COllecting the unexpected
Presenter: Marina Pacini, Chief Curator, Curator American, Modern, and Contemporary Art, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art
This presentation will look at collecting more broadly and suggest some options for a beginning collector such as artists books, industrial design, and artists multiples. Proper storage, display, and care for the objects will also be considered.
Time: Saturday, March 25 @ 12:30PM
Presenter: Aaron James
Musician Aaron James is both a storyteller and a story himself. He represents the universal and never-ending journey of finding yourself and being unapologetically you.
Aaron James is an artist unhindered by concerns of comfort. Evolving from a place of uncertainty, this Memphis-based musician sheds his former self in order to absorb the world around him and experience it to the fullest.
James will have a music set followed by an artist talk.
Time: Saturday, March 25 @ 1:30PM
art & revolution
Presenter: Victoria Jones moderates The CLTV
The CLTV's Victoria Jones moderates a panel discussion about how art can be used to shift the black community. The CLTV (pronounced collective) is an art organization dedicated to providing a platform to African American artists within Memphis.
Time: Saturday, March 25 @ 2:30PM