Local Civil Rights landmark, Clayborn Temple has named Anasa Troutman as their new executive director. To celebrate, they’re hosting a meet-and-greet on July 28th complete with live music, food, and art.
Troutman made her way to Memphis six months ago, and has worked with the Memphis Black Arts Alliance and the Memphis Music Initiative. You’re invited to learn more about her and her goals for Clayborn Temple as she steps into her role as the new executive director.
- When: Saturday, July 28th (6PM-8PM)
- Where: Clayborn Temple (294 Hernando St)
After sitting vacant for over 25 years, Clayborn Temple is well on it’s way to becoming a reviltalized space that not only honors the unique history of the site, but also acknowledges and responds to the city’s progress.
Enjoy live music, hors d’ouevres and wine while you hear about what’s in store for what Clayborn Temple considers to be a new season for the organization and its work, including plans to make Clayborn a place for residents to generate income and ideas. Don’t forget to bring your spare books on culture, history and social movements to donate to their new library.