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If didn't get to witness how dope the Grand Opening of the CMPLX was, here's a little…
New exhibit called The Audacity opens at The Collective in Orange Mound.
Orange Mound-based black arts organization The CLTV (Collective) opened a new exhibition last month called "The Audacity…
The CLTV, a Memphis arts organization, is planning housing that will generate revenue. Interview with CLTV director Victoria Jones…
The CLTV’s Juneteenth gala was an oasis, expertly crafted for anyone who has ever needed a safe space to be unapologetically Black
Founded in 2015, The Collective (CLTV) has a three-part mission: empowering black artists, using their creative expression to elevate the black community and using the first two parts…
THE DAILY MEMPHIAN
Standing in the middle of an impromptu huddle in an abandoned lot, littered with debris, off-kilter Memphis rapper AWFM is shouting directives at a large mass of his peers.
THE DAILY MEMPHIAN
Founded in 2015, The Collective (CLTV) has a three-part mission: empowering black artists, using their creative expression to elevate the black community and using the first…
HIGH GROUND NEWS
"This event is so fulfilling because it's a massive celebration for Black creatives and community. We have longed for a place to
As part of 50 States of Art, Creators is inviting artists to contribute first person…
In addition to their mission to provide a platform for African American artists within
The Collective (The CLTV) is a Memphis-based group of young artists and creatives doing this work, fighting to build a viable and inclusive art scene that situates an array of black art as essential to understanding our city, this moment, and our history.
To mark the occasion, The CLTV staged a photo shoot in Orange Mound featuring black artists — musicians, dancers, actors,
Memphis organisation creates safe space for Black artists to express themselves
The CLTV joined forces with 30 Melrose High School students to design a mural fit
As a nonprofit, Jones has run into issues raising the capital she needs while protecting the integrity of artists.
A Black arts renaissance takes center stage on Friday as a bevy of artists…
High Ground News
The Collective, on the other hand, is more modern and is spearheaded by social media