A Conglomerate is a number of different things or parts that are put or grouped together to form a whole but remain distinct entities. Despite the differences in their mediums and presentation, these artists of color all apprehend the conditions of our lives and articulate them in such a manner they become tangible as propositions and questions, uniquely the minority experience.
Joan Yabani is a Ghanaian born love child of strategy and creativity. An advocate for artists, big-dream folks, and entrepreneurs with a special focus on the minority and immigrant communities. Her goal is to make everyone feel like they are a part of the process when they come in contact with her business and any piece of artwork.
Opening Reception & Artist Talk: Thursday, November 15, 6-9:30pm
Music and refreshments served as the exhibit opens. Contributing artists will each give a short explanation of their installations.
Closing Reception & Performance Piece: Friday, November 30, 6:30-9pm
Say goodbye to the art and artists, and experience a performance piece that depicts the parallels of South African Apartheid and the Black Lives Matter movement. Food and drinks will be served.
Life-Size Coloring Book: Saturday, December 1st, 7-9pm. Moving from observation to participation. The Life-size coloring book allows everyone to be part of the creative process.
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November 15 - December 02, 2018