2nd Friday ArtWalk Receptions: Oct. 13 and Nov. 10, 5:00-8:00 pm
ArtWorks Downtown – 1337 Gallery
While the definition of migration typically refers to the intentional movement from one place to another, we can point to this action being present in both our personal lives and on a global stage. Movements of individuals, communities, cultures and climate conditions have shaped history and continue to craft our current moment.
Migration offers an exploration of this condition by the following artists.
Featuring: Naomi Alessandra, Jose Maro Alvarado, Jenny Balisle, Della Barnett, Cynthia Brannvall, Barry Beach, Ulla de Larios, Lori Katz, Eric Kelly, Julia Ledyard, Isaac Lewin, Stela Mandel, Gary Marsh, Lara Myers, Janet Norris, Marianne Owens, Tijuana Rick, Ignacio Rojas, Susan Ryan, Jennifer Kim Sohn, Cecelia Thorner, Stephanie Thwaites, Sue Weil, Tyler Wilkins, Emil Yanos, Erin Zerega, Jane Zich
Juror: Emily A. Kuhlmann, Director of Exhibitions and Curatorial Affairs of the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco.
Please join us at our receptions during 2nd Friday ArtWalk, on Oct. 13 and Nov. 10.
Migration Dreams © Della Barnett, oil on canvas (top left)
Canary Mine © Naomi Alessandra, watercolor, pen and ink, gouache (top middle)
Coexisting © Susan Ryan, oil, (top right)
Who are we? Where are we from? Where are we going? © Eric Kelly, mixed media on wooden panel, (middle left)
Navy © Emil Yanos, ceramic (middle right)
A Beautiful Wall is Still a Barrier © Sue Weil, handwoven tapestry (bottom left)
Get In The Car Kids, It’s Time To Go: IDPs, Refugees, Detainees, and Deportees © Lara Myers, installation: clothing rack and clothing (bottom middle)
Search for Home © Ignacio Rojas, oil on panel (bottom right)
Additional time info:
2nd Friday Art Walk Receptions:
Oct 13 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Nov 10 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Exhibition Dates: Sep 29–Nov 10 (Tue-Sat)
Exhibit Hours: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm