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DEADLINE Submissions should be electronically sent to jnmiller@memphis.edu no later than by midnight, December 5, 2014.

CURRENTLY ON VIEW

Juvenile-in-Justice: Photographs by Richard Ross

September 19th

-Opening reception 5-7pm (CFA 142)

-Performance during reception by the latest Music Production workshop of storybooth and Visible Community Music School

-Lecture by Richard Ross 7pm (ACB 310)

September 20th

-Morning Coffee with the artists 10am-noon: Richard Ross and Penny Dodds (CFA 142)

-exhibition remains on view September 20th - November 26th

 

Photograph by Richard Ross, Juvenile In Justice  This exhibition courtesy of Richard Ross

Photograph by Richard Ross, Juvenile In Justice 
This exhibition courtesy of Richard Ross, www.juvenile-in-justice.com

On any given day, about 70,000 young people are in juvenile detention or correctional facilities. This multidisciplinary exhibition and project by photographer Richard Ross documents the placement and treatment of American juveniles housed by law in facilities that treat, confine, punish, assist, and occasionally, harm them.  Ross has photographed and interviewed more than 1,000 juveniles at more than 200 facilities in 31 states. The work exists at the juncture of art, social practice and politics.

 

Perceptions of Me: A Project by Penny Dodds

 
 design by anonymous Story-Booth participant, Crosstown Arts, Memphis  

design by anonymous Story-Booth participant, Crosstown Arts, Memphis

Perceptions of Me is an exhibition that gives voice to teenagers who are talked and written about, but rarely listened to, raising our awareness of how Memphis teens perceive themselves. This is a collaborative project organized by Penny Dodds working with several innovative Memphis organizations that provide positive social and creative environments for youth in our community: BRIDGES, storybooth at Crosstown Arts and Caritas Village. (Learn more about Juvenile In Justice, the main exhibition, with which Perceptions of Me ties.)

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ArtLab: Fijiji Blocks: Eduardo Benamor Duarte

 

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My work identifies reflexive systems to foster the transformation of our living environments based on the adaptation of a bidimendional geometrical abstract apparatus in dialogue with a preexisting material condition; or a pre figuration of a thought as a spatial typology. 

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CASEWORKS: “Here and There” by Ruxandra Olariu

 

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“Our world is a labyrinth of images. They surround us, inspire and influence us, teach or reflect our inner selves. Many times they replace our words. “

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View of Egyptian Gallery

Ancient Egyptian Collection

Egyptian antiquities ranging from 3800 B.C.E. to 700 C.E. from the Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology collection. A permanent exhibition that is closed between temporary exhibitions.  

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Africa: Visual Arts of a Continent

Tradition-based African art focusing on four culture groups: the Dogon, Bamana, Senufo and Marka. A permanent exhibition that is closed between temporary exhibitions.

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