Shainberg Art Gallery
Suspension and Release
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 5, from 5:30–7:30
In the gallery March 4–30
Suspension and Release. is the balance between what we hold onto and what we let go of. It is the recognition that people, things, and ideas serve a purpose, sometimes for a finite period, before they must be released. It takes intention to be able to hold onto what serves and to let go of what doesn’t. Suspension and Release. speaks to the balance of dichotomies, the midline between contradictions, and the illusion of separation.
Sarah Megan Jenkins
TN Craft Southwest Collaborations (cancelled)
Opening Reception: Sunday, April 5, 1–3pm
In the gallery April 3–30
Tennessee Craft- Southwest (formerly known as MACA, Memphis Association of Craft Artists) is a chapter of Tennessee Craft, a statewide organization to promote fine craft and support craft artists in Tennessee. Participating artists collaborate with a fellow artist who works in a different media and together they submit a piece for the show. In addition to the collaborative piece, each artist may submit work of their own.
"A Window Into Mass Incarceration" Exhibit
In the gallery May 3–31
Gallery show featuring the works of artists connected with P.A.T.H. (Prison Arts Touching Hearts). P.A.T.H. is designed to provide a platform for a much needed validation to incarcerated artists- those in the shadows and largely hidden to the public eye, while providing them with a vehicle to give back to the community in a meaningful and powerful way- through their art!
"Prison Arts Touching Hearts (P.A.T.H.) is a fiscally sponsored project of MarinLink, a California nonprofit corporation exempt from federal tax under section 501 (c ) (3 ) of the Internal Revenue Service #20-0879422".
If you have questions about the Shainberg Gallery, please contact Marcy Stagner, Program Director for Cultural Arts and Adult Services, at (901) 259-9230 or email@example.com.