May 5 - June 30, 2021
Happiness, Wisdom, and Beauty is a lifelong mantra for Karolyn Farrell’s art practice that has been a constant and consistent part of her daily life. Her practice inhabits a continuum that is not predicated upon life’s challenges – she deems those challenges inevitable. Finding happiness, wisdom, and beauty is the real work and to overcome challenges, Karolyn centers her own life enough to share moments of joy through her art.
April 21 - May 30, 2021
Artists translate and reflect culture and do so in individual ways that describe whether it is in stasis or change. How do we align as humans responding to natural and man-made impacts upon culture? This exhibition offers you the opportunity to find your reflection in artists as they translate and respond to life in our times.
April 1 - May 30, 2021
Colorful. Rich. Poignant. These words barely describe the deep cultural impact of Latina women on the human story.
Vistoso. Rico. Conmovedor. Estas palabras apenas describen el profundo impacto de las mujeres Latinas en la historia humana.
March 5 - April 30, 2021
Painting In and Painting Out features landscapes that reflect Carol Hart's sense of urgency. They recapture every moment of virtual art-practice that she spent as a young woman while creating LifeStyles, a nonprofit organization that highlights the importance of adults with disabilities to their community.
February 25 - March 20, 2021
Thursday and Friday (5 - 7pm) & Saturday (12 - 6pm)
Caged Bird and The Blue Room explores Ziba Rajabi's experience of physical and psychological spaces caused by displacement.
February 25 - March 28, 2021
Looking Back, Moving Forward is a retrospective of Diana Michelle’s photographic practice over the last seventeen years. This is a portfolio of black and white compositions that are emotion driven and macabre in nature.
February 5 - April 11, 2021
Esther Silver-Parker and Ronald Parker
There is everything to be said about cultural survival and the nuanced battles required to protect the core of oneself from annihilation. Like the drumbeat, art informs us of individual battles won and lost, telling us that we are still here, still connected, still creating pathways to cultural survival and growth. This exhibition, Frame of Mind, is one such drumbeat in the vast cultural context of Blackness in the diaspora, and its plan to thrive.
November 1 - January 31, 2021
Local Fare features the work of renowned artist Alice Andrews, a long-time local expressionist painter whose art is collected by individuals and corporate entities alike.
October 7 - October 31, 2020
Synchrony reflects our divergent patterns of life experience and imagination that create passionate culture in spite of uncertainty, discord, pain and loss.
Sincronía refleja nuestros patrones divergentes de experiencia, de vida, e imaginación los cuales crean una cultura apasionada a pesar de la incertidumbre, la discordia, el dolor y la pérdida.
Synchrony ej kwaļok kadkadin wāwein oktakin joñak in mour im lōmnak ko me rej kōmman eñjake ko ejjļok ad jeļā kaki einwot, discord ( poktak ko), Pain (metak), loss (jako). (Marshallese)
August 21 – October 23, 2020
Our world is centered by the diversity of organisms that populate it; those that fit together by attributes that complement like yin and yang, hard and soft, short and tall, red and green.
The Shape of Our World presents a diverse and complementary group of artists who create connections that ultimately center and balance it.
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