MassArt x SoWa is pleased to present the first in a series of graduate alumni curatorial projects, Protest and Power, on view from September 25-October 24, 2021. This exhibition is curated by Keith M. Francis.
Protest and Power explores the historic Civil Rights movement alongside the contemporary Black Lives Matter movement as a means of addressing the violence and racism that are embedded in the fabric of our nation. The concurrent pandemics of COVID-19 and violence against people of color call upon us to seize this moment, to engage issues of race and inequity with renewed energy and a vision for an equitable and enlightened future.
TONE, new exhibition " LIVING IN A BURING HOUSE" opens September 4 - October 16. The show is An Exploration of Empathy and Restorative Justice. Participating artist: Corian Close, Phillip Jackson, Le Marquee La Flora, Lester Merryweather,. Carl E Moore.
Presented by The University of Memphis Student Curatorial Team, the group exhibition Hindsight 2020 is a reflection on the scope of events encompassed by the year 2020 through the lens of artists of color, LGBTQ+ artists, and other artists with non-traditionally represented identities. The exhibition present artworks that address the pandemic, recent political strife, social injustices, and movements responding to these injustices.
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