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Gallery Reception // “Radiant Souls” organized by Fernanda Martinez

NIAD Art Center 551 23rd Street, Richmond, CA, United States

Radiant Souls Is an invitation to reflect on all the evoking and mysterious symbols that get suspended in our memories, making the familiar objects an incitement to explore beyond our desires and look deeper into our reality.


HUES: An Exhibit of Bay Area Black Artists

Senator Scott Wiener's Office 350 McAllister Street, San Francisco, United States

Join Senator Scott Wiener as he proudly presents the exhibition HUES, featuring twenty-five exceptional Black artists from the Bay Area. Hosted at Senator Scott Wiener's Office in the State of California Building, San Francisco, this showcase will run from February 22 to March 30, 2024.


NIAD Annex Gallery Exhibition // “Sisters Shall Be: Raven & Shana Harper”

NIAD Art Center 551 23rd Street, Richmond, CA, United States

Raven and Shana Harper have dedicated themselves to their art practice for decades. During their time in the NIAD Studio, they have moved fluidly through different medium to create bodies of work that explore a wide breadth of themes. From flora and fauna, family, sisterhood, pop culture icons and civil rights leaders, this exhibition highlights the multi-disciplinary practices of Raven and Shana Harper.


Gallery Reception // Sisters Shall Be: Raven & Shana Harper

NIAD Art Center 551 23rd Street, Richmond, CA, United States

We didn’t always get along. We spent some years apart but when we both came to work at NIAD, our relationship grew deeper and stronger. Without my sister I don’t know what I would do. She’s my world. I am happy that we have a show together and I know it will be amazing and exciting. 


Gallery Reception // “We Make Art In Richmond” organized by Erin McCluskey Wheeler

NIAD Art Center 551 23rd Street, Richmond, CA, United States

All of the artists in the show, We Make Art in Richmond, really do exactly that. There are twenty artists here who work in a wide range of disciplines, from bookmaking, textiles, ceramics, printmaking, poetry, and painting.

Half of the artists work out of NIAD’s 23rd Street Studio and the other half work out of their homes or studios scattered throughout Richmond. There are artists who have put in decades making art and some that are just getting started.

In putting together this show, I wanted to shine a light on artists working in Richmond. I wanted this show to feel inspiring and exciting for future and present artists in our community. There are twenty artists in this show, but there could easily have been four times as many artists who are excelling at their craft, sharing their work globally, giving back to their communities, and making it happen here in Richmond.


Dorian Reid at NADA New York 2024 with KAPP KAPP gallery

NADA New York 548 West 22nd Street, New York, NY, United States

We are excited to share that Dorian Reid is included in this year’s NADA New York 2024, now represented by Kapp Kapp gallery!
NADA is pleased to present the 10th edition of NADA New York, to take place Thursday, May 2nd through Sunday, May 5th at 548 West, located at 548 West 22nd Street in West Chelsea’s gallery district.

Win Win 12: NIAD Art Center’s Annual Benefit Art Auction

Bridge Art Space 23 Maine Avenue, Richmond, United States

Win Win, NIAD's annual fundraiser and benefit auction, is around the corner! This year we’ll gather at NIAD on March 11 to celebrate our good fortune and our gratitude for the 40+ years of magic we have shared in NIAD’s studios. Our 23rd Street studio in Richmond will sparkle as we enjoy art, tacos, great live performances, cumbia cocktail hour, auctions and connecting with our community.