February 15, 2020
Artists take an intersectional look at issues of discrimination that impact marginalized communities-at-large. Works on view speaks to issues of economic discrimination, inequities in the criminal justice system, environmental racism, health care racism, gun violence, and general political disenfranchisement.
February 14- April 5, 2020
Features artwork by: Jessica Baker,
Noel Caban, Michele Colburn, Kathleen Greco, Imar Hutchins, George Lorio, Kirk Maynard, Iviva Olenick, Chris Revelle, Zach D. Roberts, Judith Rubenstein, Alyssa Smith Lee, and whoshotsamo Ghost of American Textile History by Iviva Olenick A state of blue by Noel Caban Coverage of Ferguson, 2014 by Zach D. Roberts Coverage of Fergusn, 2014 by Zach D. Roberts White Only, Only White: When America Was Great by George Lorio Been fixing the place. Still fixin by Noel Caban They never sold candy there by Noel Caban Inequality by Judith Rubenstein Sitting Outdoors #1 by Judith Rubenstein I Am More by Alyssa Smith-Lee The American Dream by Alyssa Smith-Lee Let Them Eat Cake by Michele Colburn Here I Stand [Kaepernick] by Imar Hutchins Drawing #1-4 by Kirk Maynard Be Careful What You Wish For by whoshotsamo The Foundation by Chris Revelle Debt by George Lorio Leaded Home George Lorio Personal Meditations-100 by Jessica Baker Personal Meditations-100 [close up] by Jessica Baker Subway #1 by Judith Rubenstein Subway #2 by Judith Rubenstein Eliza Lucas Pinckney and the South Carolina Indigo Trade byIviva Olenick Stop Voter Disenfranchisement by Kathleen Greco Stop Voter Suppression by Kathleen Greco Landslides by Michéle Colburn A state of red by Noel Caban Untitled by Noel Caban Her Story by whoshotsamo Ferguson Mall Die In by Zach D. Roberts Ferguson After The Fires- Day One by Zach D. Roberts