Please join High Ground News for The Age of Osage: Orange Mound in Photographs on Thursday, November 16. The exhibition and reception is a capstone of Memphis-based High Ground News’ three months of embedded reporting in the neighborhood.
The show, which is free and open to the public, is at The Orange Mound Gallery at 2230 Lamar Avenue and will last from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be provided.
From tiny football players and neighborhood candy ladies to ballerinas and local businesses, The Age of Osage is a photography show that illustrates the spirit of the Orange Mound community as captured by High Ground News photographers from August through November.
Contributing photographers include Andrea Morales, Ziggy Mack, Averell Mondie, Andrea Zucker, and Allyson Blair.
More information about the show can be found here. For those who can't make the reception but would like to see the exhibition, the Orange Mound Gallery will be open the following weekend, November 17 to 19.
High Ground News is an online publication focused on what's next for Memphis. For three months, we have operated out of an Orange Mound media hub telling stories about the neighborhood through articles, video and photography. Visit highgroundnews.com to learn more.