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Luis Estrada in “Not Quite Fatal” at Wavepool Art Center

Wavepool Art Center 2940 Colerain Avenue, Cincinatti, OH

NIAD virtual studio facilitator Chelsea Smith has put together an exhibition exploring a range of creative responses to the diminishing returns of our Earth and the power of visual art to reckon with the complicated possibilities of climate change. The three artists involved in this show - including NIAD artist Luis Estrada - address ongoing issues of human/place displacement and the urgency of interspecies care.

Marlon Mullen in “Pure Joy: 14 Disabled Visual and Performance Artists” at 1969 Gallery

1969 Gallery 39 White Street, New York, NY

PURE JOY: 14 Disabled Visual and Performance Artists Curated by Chella Man   Panteha Abareshi, Jezz Chung, Robert Andy Coombs, Shannon Finnegan, Emilie Louise Gossiaux, Jerron Herman, Gudrun Hasle, Rebecca Watson Horn, Christine Sun Kim, Chella Man, Kate Meissner, Marlon Mullen, Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo), Tourmaline Exhibition Dates: June 30 – August 13, 2022  Opening: Thursday, June 30 from 6-8pm 39 White Street, Tribeca   1969 Gallery presents PURE JOY, a group exhibition of 14 emerging and mid-career artists curated by Chella Man. This exhibition acknowledges the persistent tokenization of disabled artists, contradicting this cycle by centering ideologies of Read More ...

Fashion + Fiber at NIAD // “A Little Bit of Everything” Exhibition

NIAD Art Center 551 23rd Street, Richmond, CA

As a creative and colorful celebration of our common threads and our tight-knit community, the exhibition A Little Bit of Everything has a little something for everyone.

A Little Bit of Everything, on view in NIAD's Main Gallery from Friday July 1 to Saturday July 30.

NIAD Online Exhibition // “Touching,” organized by Zachary Epcar

Virtual Event

About Touching Touching brings together a selection of works that expand, contract, distort, and modify. Through this they make some sense of the world. They are texturally complex, engaging, thoughtful, and irreverent. They open up like portals; through a variety of materials and approaches they offer us windows to an elsewhere. About Zachary Epcar Zachary Epcar (b. San Francisco) is an experimental filmmaker whose work has 
screened at festivals, museums, microcinemas, and DIY venues worldwide. He lives in Oakland, California where he is a member of Light Field, an artist-run film programming collective based in the Bay Area. View Zachary Read More ...

Alan Perez and Dre’An Cox in “Everyday Heroes” at Arts of Life

Arts of Life - North Shore Studio 1963 Johns Drive, Glenview, IL

Superheroes are Real.  They live among us…sometimes they are Us.  They do what is right at any cost, and they do what we are scared to do even in the face of insurmountable odds. Everyday Heroes presents the various ways that these guardians become symbols embodying the personal mythologies of those who love them.