The Charging Station 


January 24 - May 9, 2020

Liz and Tommy Farnsworth Education Building 

Everyone needs time to reset, recharge, and keep moving! Charging Station encourages pause and the search to reconnect with self and others through reflection, movement, music, laughter, and more. 


 

 
Memphis 2021

May 23 - July 11, 2021
Presented by The Joe Orgill Family Fund for Exhibitions 
Organized by the Dixon Gallery and Gardens 

Memphis 2021 celebrates the vibrancy and originality of visual artists working in Memphis. With an emphasis on color, texture, and scale, this exhibition offers an exciting look at Memphis' creative community. 

RICK NITSCHE, The Milwaukee Road Jesse Davis, n.d. Ink and marker on paper. Courtesy of Eggleston Projects 

   
Brittney Boyd Bullock: Signs & Wonders 

April 11 – July 11, 2021
Mallory/Wurtzburger Exhibition 

Memphis artist Brittney Boyd Bullock creates contemplative and personal work informed by her interest in social change and community engagement. Signs & Wonders will include photo collage as well as large-scale works that incorporate assemblage and textile design. 

BRITTNEY BOYD BULLOCK, Untitled, 2020. Cut paper, thread, sponge rollers, scrap fabric, wire. Courtesy of the artist. 


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