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December NIAD Gallery Reception // “NIAD Ink: 35 Years of Prints” organized by Andres Cisneros-Galindo + “Luz y Luxe: A NIAD Holiday Shop”

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

Join the NIAD community to celebrate the exhibition “NIAD Ink: 35 Year of Prints,” an ambitious survey of print-based work by NIAD artists compiled by Andres Cisneros-Galindo, an artist, educator, activist, and facilitator who has worked with NIAD artists for almost 40 years. In NIAD Art Center’s galleries and studios, we’ll have an exhibition reception, cheerful winter food + drinks, an album release and music performance by NIAD artist Xiomara Rosales, a drum workshop by famed percussionist Peta Robles Izquierdo, and “Luz y Luxe,” a shop full of affordable contemporary art!

Virtual Artist Talk + Curator Walkthrough // “Memorias Grabadas—Imprinted Memories”

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

Virtual Artist Talk + Exhibition Walkthrough Gallery Manager Julio Rodriguez and NIAD facilitator Andrés Cisneros-Galindo will be on hand for a live walkthrough of Andrés' exhibition Memorias Grabadas—Imprinted Memories. ASL will be provided on request. Captioning will be provided. Please contact with accessibility requests. After you choose and “purchase” an RSVP, NIAD will send you the link for the event from Please RSVP before noon on the day of the event.   Check your spam folder if you don’t receive the link. Exhibition On View through January 20th. Click here to join the talk. Related Events Saturday November 14, 1 to 4pm // Gallery Reception + Read More ...

January NIAD Gallery Reception + Print Workshop // “Memorias Grabadas – Imprinted Memories”, work by Andrés Cisneros-Galindo

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

Join us for a reception on January 14 celebrating "Memorias Grabadas - Imprinted Memories" along with "NIAD Ink: 35 Years of Prints", an exhibition in NIAD's Main Gallery organized by Cisneros-Galindo. NIAD Art Center is pleased to present a solo exhibition of prints by one of NIAD's founding facilitators Andrés Cisneros-Galindo. Cisneros-Galindo has worked as a printmaker for several decades and created a body of work that narrates his experiences having lived in both Mexico and California. From depictions of figures from Mesoamaerican mythology, to representations of the struggle for social justice, to documentations of personalities the artist has encountered. Each Read More ...

“Printmaking at NIAD” Artist Talk and “Nahui Ollin” print demo // Richmond Art Center

Richmond Art Center 2540 Barrett Avenue, Richmond, CA, United States

Hear from artists who have participated in NIAD’s printmaking program over the last 35 years. This event is held in conjunction with the exhibition Printmaking at NIAD: The Legacy of Andrés Cisneros-Galindo.

Join us for a print demonstration by artist Andrés Cisneros-Galindo, whose work is on view at Richmond Art Center in the exhibition Nahui Ollin.

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.