This exhibition will feature artist explorations of what is most important to them. Given the state of vast migrations in the world precipitated by war, violence, and the economics of climate change, this exhibit examines how the reasons for moving and where you are moving to affect what you take with you. Womens equally important interior paths of aging, inheritance, and identity also involve decisions of what is taken and what is left behind. This exhibition will provide a wide view of what is essential, how we place value and how we prepare for the journey ahead.
Entry deadline December 19th entry link - press here
Exhibition runs from January 8, 2019 to February 2, 2019
Boricua College Art Gallery
November 7- November 23
Please come out to the gallery at St. Francis College, 180 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, NY from 6pm to 8pm to see our group show and say hi to the artists! The show runs until June 27, 2018, and gallery hours are from 7am to 11pm Monday through Friday.
An exhibition influenced by or based on personal beliefs or feelings rather than fact. Juried by Alyssa MonksRead More