Crosstown Arts presented the fourth MemFeast in collaboration with the V&E Greenline Committee and Vollintine Evergreen Community Association (VECA). Local artists, designers, and community members were invited to submit proposals for site-specific public art projects along the V&E Greenline, a 1.8 mile “linear park” and first “rails-to-trails” project in Memphis. The trail stretches between the Sears building at N. Watkins & North Parkway, to Springdale St & Vollintine Avenue, and has intersections at Stonewall, Evergreen, McLean, and Jackson.
MemFeast 4 celebrates the V&E Greenline as a sustainable stimulus of community in midtown Memphis, engaging a diverse range of users and uses both socially and geographically. To learn more about the V&E Greenline visit vegreenline.org.
The MemFeast dinner will took place on May 18, outdoors at the intersection of the V&E Greenline and Tutwiler in the Vollintine Evergreen Historic District.