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Upcoming Exhibition

Freedom: Selected Works from the Uhuru Quilters Guild
February 6- April 22, 2023


Featured Artists: Renee Anderson, Cheryl Deene Hurd, Phyllis Fagan, Angela Lanier, and Maxine Morgan.

Opening Reception: Saturday, February 18, 2023, 5-9 pm
Artist & Curator Talk: Saturday, March 25, 2023, 2-4 pm

The Uhuru Quilters Guild, a group of 80 predominantly African American quilters who meet monthly to share work, challenge skills, and inspire future projects, has a mission to promote the work and accomplishments of African American quilters and preserve the traditions, culture, and history of quilting. This exhibition will include a collection of masterful quilts, varying in size, technique, and imagery, inviting the audience to the power of functional art. Included in the opening reception of this exhibition will be a live performance from artist Liz Ann Miller titled Rituals for Cleansing Racial Violence, a fascinating visual experience celebrating the importance of hair as it relates to African American culture.

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Current Exhibition

Here Not Here

December 5, 2022-January 21, 2023


Featured Artists: Pixie Alexander, Kanchan Balsé, Maggie Gourlay, Caroline MacKinnon, Louisa Neill, Rebecca Perez, and Shelley Picot

Opening Reception: Saturday, December 17, 2022, 5-8 pm
Artist & Curator Talk: Saturday, January 7, 2023, 2-4 pm

Artists Pixie Alexander, Kanchan Balsé, Maggie Gourlay, Caroline MacKinnon, Louisa Neill, Rebecca Perez and Shelley Picot, working in various disciplines, investigate ideas surrounding visual footprints, traces, and afterimages, which occupy our collective mind. This exhibition seeks to envision the enduring imprint of the past and the present, floating between the ethereal and the familiar, creating an immersive experience.