August 15 - September 30, 2021 | Washington, DC
Black and white thinking is a pretty accurate title for what it means- to see things as black and white. In other words, to always see the world, people and situations through a tiny lens that only shows two points of extremity. Examples of this are seeing people as bad OR good or someone as right OR wrong. Basically, there is no grey area.
June - August, 2021 | Washington, DC
Pigments and Oil Shop’s mission is to showcase local artists while making the highest quality art accessible throughout the DMZ area. Their Opening Reception will be featuring: Gary Honig, Charlie Gaynor, Larry Myers, Charlie Jones, Michael Crossett, Robert Weiner, Jeff Howard, and Gayatri Malhotra.
March 8 - May 7, 2021 | Hera Hub DC
In partnership with Client Raiser and Hera Hub DC, the DC area Chapter of Women’s Art Caucus invite members to submit work for a juried exhibition entitled “Looking For America: Washington, DC”. This exhibit explores the diverse communities of the United States, and challenges artists to share their stories and perspectives on what it means to be American today.
October 30, 2020 - January 9, 2021 | Chicago, IL
2020 has been a year of growing pains. What comes from those pains? Change. With a country divided, we have seen groups of people show up to stand up for what they truly believe in, even in the times of this pandemic. Freedom of speech and fighting against injustice and racism is more important. This exhibition intends to create a space for all these voices to be seen and heard, and for a discourse to happen, facilitating the possibility of different viewpoints to be understood.
The Standwood-Camano Arts Guild
April 8 - May 27, 2021 |Stanwood, WA
During the Spring of 2020, a deadly virus was infecting the world, killing thousands of people. These flowers are in memory of those who were lost, lives that could not continue in color, lives that ended at different stages of life?budding, blooming, withering. These flowers are a symbol of the lives that were taken too early.
Stola Contemporary Art
April 29 - June 13, 2021|Chicago, IL
After the brutal murder of George Floyd, people poured into the streets to protest the police violence. During the first few nights, the air was tense and protests were violent as rage swept the nation. George Floyd was scrawled with spray paint on a police car. Liberty and justice for all will remain unattainable till we abolish racism.