Whistling in the Dark

July 28 - August 29, 2021
Opening Reception: Friday, August 6, 2021, 5:00-8:00 pm

  • Willoughby Lucas Hastings

    Tethered, Proposed Location of the Formosa Plant, in St. James Parish, L.A. and Sugar Cane Weaving, digital composite photograph,
    20 x 30 inches, 2021.

    Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker-Dreaming Spring Dreams
  • Percy Fortini Wright

    Nocturne Blue Hue #11, Oil and Spray paint on panel , 12 x 12 inches, 2021.

    Nocturne Blue Hue #11
  • Michelle Maroon

    My Head Hit the Pavement and the Only Thing Ahead Was Static, ABS hand-drawn by the artist with a 3d printing pen,
    7 x 13 inches, 2019.

    My Head Hit the Pavement and the Only Thing Ahead Was Static
  • Mia Fabrizio

    Check For Change, mixed media: (tiles, wallpaper, latex paint, acrylic paint, shingles, found objects: chair, legs, wood piece,
    window screen, acrylic, down spout, vinyl, artificial grass), 50 x 56 x 20 inches, 2021.

    Check For Change
  • Madge Evers

    Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker-Dreaming Spring Dreams, altered image with gesso and mushroom spores, 12 x 9 inches, 2020.

    Untitled Drawing
  • John Greiner-Ferris

    Dis-moi quelque chose que je ne sais pas déjà, Mixed Media: acrylic paint, collage, graphite pencil, colored pencil on board,
    12 x 9 inches, 2021.

    Dis-moi quelque chose que je ne sais pas déjà
  • Jameel Radcliffe

    Yo Juego Con Arena, oil and mixed media on canvas, 50 x 44 inches, 2020.

    Yo Juego Con Arena
  • Eileen Taylor

    "365", paint, pencil, graphite on paper, 14 x 38 inches, 2021.

    “365”
  • Chloe Tomasetta

    Fresh Killed Goat, Digital Photography, 24 x 18 inches, 2021.

    Fresh Killed Goat
  • Carol Greenwood

    Untitled (Iteration 19), ink, paint on watercolor paper, 7.5 x 5.5 inches, 2020.

    Untitled (Iteration 19)
  • Jay Belmer

    Hiphop Gold Member, Digital Gloss print , 24 x 26 inches, 2014.

    Hiphop Gold Member

Press Release

Jurors Statement

After reading James Baldwin's words from his interview with Studs Terkel and discussing what it means to be disruptive, we started focusing on the stories that people have to tell. As we talked, we had to acknowledge an institutional tradition of minimizing some stories while amplifying others. At a time when hearts and minds are becoming more open, we wanted to take this opportunity to amplify the voices that have been minimized. We chose artists who are telling stories in response to this transformative moment where difficult conversations are unfolding, challenges are being addressed, and optimism is needed.



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