Beige

Located in Memphis TN, Beige is a peripheral space for otherwise art, performance, and hospitality. We resist the urge to professionalize. We traffic in rumor and desire, and relationships. We're very exclusive.

We also run the Sugarbaker-Milk Fund, a microgrant for emerging queer artists in the Mid-South. The grant is funded by in part by the Vending Mattachine Society, a vending machine stocked with editions by local artists.
otherwise,
beginning March 22 at Beige
Artists / choreographers / dancers / writers / and others from across the country were invited to submit scripts for performance by Memphis locals.  The scripts take a variety of forms - lists of instructions / screenplays / drawings / poems - and the performances will be just as diverse - public / private / elaborate / impromptu / impossible / obvious.
Any script can be performed by any person who wants to perform.  The results will be documented and compiled in an archive of Memphis’ first performance festival.  Scripts will premier at the opening reception, along with the first performances:
March 22 / 173 St Agnes Place / 6:00 - 9:00 pm 
Artists include Jonathan Robert Payne / Sarah Jones and Christalena Hughmanick / Sayward Schoonmaker / Colby Keller / Justin Jorgensen / Daviel Shy / Matthew Morris / Katya Grokhovsky / Anthony Romero / Alan and Michael Fleming / Steve Frost / Tyler Murphy / Wolfie Rawk Mackensen /Jesse Harrod / Matthew Schlagbaum / R. E. H. Gordon / Sean Fader / Jillian Soto / Hannah Verrill / Trevor Martin / Lara Oppenheimer / Ariel Yelen / Oliverio Rodriguez / Marissa Perel / and more

otherwise,

beginning March 22 at Beige

Artists / choreographers / dancers / writers / and others from across the country were invited to submit scripts for performance by Memphis locals.  The scripts take a variety of forms - lists of instructions / screenplays / drawings / poems - and the performances will be just as diverse - public / private / elaborate / impromptu / impossible / obvious.

Any script can be performed by any person who wants to perform.  The results will be documented and compiled in an archive of Memphis’ first performance festival.  Scripts will premier at the opening reception, along with the first performances:

March 22 / 173 St Agnes Place / 6:00 - 9:00 pm 

Artists include Jonathan Robert Payne / Sarah Jones and Christalena Hughmanick / Sayward Schoonmaker / Colby Keller / Justin Jorgensen / Daviel Shy / Matthew Morris / Katya Grokhovsky / Anthony Romero / Alan and Michael Fleming / Steve Frost / Tyler Murphy / Wolfie Rawk Mackensen /Jesse Harrod / Matthew Schlagbaum / R. E. H. Gordon / Sean Fader / Jillian Soto / Hannah Verrill / Trevor Martin / Lara Oppenheimer / Ariel Yelen / Oliverio Rodriguez / Marissa Perel / and more