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Who Decides? S.P.O.T.S. The Game
Aug 20 - Jun 03 2023 - 125 days left
Who Decides? S.P.O.T.S. The Game is an interactive mural that asks audiences to play. The game is made up of different decisions and actions that must be taken. Players are welcome to choose from 10 different characters and follow prompts. Designers + Painters: Luis Camarena, Maat Ou, Miranda Guzman, Yahir Garcia, Sonia Galindo, Andrea Vasquez, Mariella Gutierrez, Andrew Chico, Azahria Addison, Leslie Poblano. Lead Artists/Directors: Keena Romano Fredericko Alvarado. Opening Reception: Sat, Aug 20, 12-2pm.
Art of the African Diaspora 2023
Jan 18 - Mar 18 2023 - 48 days left
The showcase exhibition at Richmond Art Center features work by over 120 artists of African descent: Abi Mustapha, Ajuan Mance, Akeem Raheem, Alana McCarthy, Alix Magloire, Alyssa Channelle, Angela Douglas, Anna W. Edwards, Arthur Norcome, Ashlei Reign, Ashley Grajeda, Asual/kwahuumba, Atiba Sylvia Thomas, Bahiya Spaulding, Beautiful Beads, Bernadette Robertson, Bernard Illustrations, Bertrell Smith, Brianna Mills, Candi Farlice, Carla Golder, Carrie Lee McClish, Celise, Charles Curtis Blackwell, Cherisse, Christian Vassell, Chuck Harlins, Claude Lockhart Clark, ColorBlynd by Noni, Cynthia Brannvall, Daniel White, Deatra Colbert, Derrick Bell, Diamela, Doitshā Lexington, Donna Bradley, Donna Gatson, Dorrie Reid, Douglas Doss, Duane M Conliffe, Elishes Cavness III, Elmarise Owens, Ester M. Armstrong, Evelyn Davis, Fan Lee Warren, Felicia Griffin, Floyd Brown, Fredrick S. Franklin, Gene Dominique, Halisi Noel-Johnson, Hilda C. Robinson, Iconic Vinyl Art, Irene Bee Kain, J. B. Broussard, J. Inez, JaeMe Bereal, Janet Barnes, Janet M. Sheard, Jason Powell-Smith, Jazmyne, JIBCA, Jim Dennis, Jimmie Evins, Joanne Johnson (Karimu), Joseph Robinson, Julie Atkinson, Justice Renaissance, Kara Fortune, Karen Jeffrey-Anthony, Karen Smith, Metal Smith, karin turner karinsArt, Kelvin Curry, Kevin E. Myrick, Kim Champion, Kimberly V Johnson, Latisha Baker, Laura A. Johnson, Lawrence H Buford, Leon Kennedy Folkart, LHolley, Lorraine Bonner, Louise Schine, Malik Seneferu, Marva, Melanin Buford, Michael Roosevelt, Michelle Tompkins, Mychal Gabriel, Nannette Y Harris-Jones, NoPrints, Nyya Lark, Olubori Babaoye, Onyi Timms, Osaze Seneferu, Ozell Hudson Jr, Patricia McClain Patterson, Paula Vaughan, Pete Dent, Pryce Jones, Raven Harper, Raymond L. Haywood, Remarkable Art, Renata Gray, Riquelle, Ron Calime, S Beaubrun, Sahai, Saida Hogan Nassirruddin, Shanju, Shawn Sanders, Shawna Kinard, Shonna McDaniels, Stacy Niitii, Stephanie Anne Johnson, Stephen Bruce, TheArthur Wright, Tiffany Conway, Tomye: Living Artist, Val Kai, Valerie Brown-Troutt, Vaughn Filmore, Virginia Jourdan, Wanda Sabir, Will Johnson, Xan Blood Walker, Xioneida Ruiz, Yolanda Cotton Turner, Yolanda Holley, Yolanda ThaSun Patton, Z K Martin, Zoë Boston, Zwanda. Opening Reception: Sat, Jan 21, 2-4pm | Closing Party: Sat, Mar 18, 2-4pm.
Gene Dominique
Xan Blood Walker
Virginia Jourdan
Irene Bee Kain
Tiffany Conway
The Remembrance Project
Jan 18 - Mar 18 2023 - 48 days left
Social Justice Sewing Academy presents The Remembrance Project, a cloth memorial of activist art banners commemorating the many people who have lost their lives to systems of inequity and racist structures. These banners have been created collectively by volunteers across the country to help educate and inform communities about the human impact of systemic violence. Opening Reception: Sat, Jan 21, 2-4pm.
Amanda Ayala : Connected Always
Jan 20 - Mar 11 2023 - 41 days left
Connected Always is an exhibition by Santa Rosa-based artist Amanda Ayala, who presents a series of new works that explore the extensive generational connections we have with our ancestors. As part of her ongoing Ancestor Wheel project, Ayala’s work adopts circular patterns to visualize the magnitude of seven generations. Opening Reception: Sat, Jan 21, 2-4pm.
Ruth Morgan : Requiem: The Remains of the Day, August 4, 2021
Apr 05 - Jun 03 2023
In this exhibition, photographer Ruth Morgan presents a selection of evocative photographs that document the devastation of Greenville, CA after it was burnt down by the Dixie Wildfire in 2021. This selection of photographs open up a conversation about the consequential effects and impacts of man-made climate change in our local communities. Opening Reception: Sat, Apr 15, 12-2pm.