"Originally conceived of as a music incubator, the Memphis Slim Collaboratory has evolved to host art exhibitions. Since opening its doors at 1130 College Street in 2014, the facility has hosted shows for 12 artists, including Jamond Bullock, Howard Franklin, Tobacco Brown and Eso Brandon Tolson."
http://www.highgroundnews.com/features/AlternativeArtGalleriesinMemphis.aspx “All of these galleries are truly reflective of their community,” said Whitney Hardy, founder and executive director of Young Arts Patrons. “They’re not just there because they found cheaper rent and moved in. They’re tied to the community, and they Art galleries in unexpected spaces portray fresh perspectives in Memphis1 week 20 hours ago.