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Upcoming events:

Hope Gallery Upcoming Exhibition

Open Reception Friday February 6, 5:30 - 7:30pm

Small BillboardCaritas Village presents "Creating the Black Voice" for Black History Month. The exhibition will include artist conceptual ideology and beliefs about the history of the black movement, visual conversations, the state of America, freedom of expression and the voices of all people coming together for equality.


Studio Available in our Residency

studios

Caritas has a studio available for rent in the residency building. It comes with heat and air, access to a bathroom and sink area and wifi. The studio rents for $200.00 a month.

We are currently accepting proposal for our residency, the goal of the Caritas Village residency program is to promote art awareness and community participation by allowing visiting artists, designers, curators, students and creative people to exhibit, teach and learn the positive effects that art can play in a community or urban environment. For more info contact Onie Johns at
901-327-5246
or (Click Here)

  • Women participating in the boycott. (February 26, 1968) Women participating in the boycott. (February 26, 1968)
  • William Leaptrott (February 1968) William Leaptrott (February 1968)
  • Tom Barber, John B. Smith and Rev. Bell at City Hall, (March 6, 1968) Tom Barber, John B. Smith and Rev. Bell at City Hall, (March 6, 1968)
  • James R. Reid, Blue-Eye Soul Brother, (February 26, 1968) James R. Reid, Blue-Eye Soul Brother, (February 26, 1968)
  • Lyles Caldwell of 1430 North McNeil (February 29, 1968) Lyles Caldwell of 1430 North McNeil (February 29, 1968)
  • Home of Lyles Caldwell, 1430 North McNeil (February 29, 1968) Home of Lyles Caldwell, 1430 North McNeil (February 29, 1968)
  • James R. Reid, Hamilton High School, (March 28, 1968) James R. Reid, Hamilton High School, (March 28, 1968)

     

Centro Latino

ART AT CARITAS

Centro Cultural Latino de Memphis has a new website, to get more info about art, classes and events go to:

www.centrocultural.us

Caritas has two art classes scheduled for the spring, our adult workshop called "Working as an Artist" will be held Saturday March 7, 1 to 3 pm. This workshop will be a discussion about presentaions, hanging and promoting your art. Hosted by artist and friends of the village.

Our Kids workshop is called "Art for Kids" will be held Saturday March 14, 1 to 3pm. Join Tammy Groves-Thornton for an afternoon of fun and creativity.

Black History Month

Martin Luther KingBeginning in 1971, cities such as St. Louis, Missouri, and states established annual holidays to honor King. At the White House Rose Garden on November 2, 1983, President Ronald Reagan signed a bill creating a federal holiday to honor King. Observed for the first time on January 20, 1986, it is called Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Following President George H. W. Bush's 1992 proclamation, the holiday is observed on the third Monday of January each year, near the time of King's birthday. On January 17, 2000, for the first time, Martin Luther King Jr. Day was officially observed in all fifty U.S. states.

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Closed on Sundays and the Holidays of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years.

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