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

Wavepool Art Center 2940 Colerain Avenue, Cincinatti, OH, United States

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.

Fall NIAD Exhibition // Today is the Greatest

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

These exhibitions will feature artists creating at progressive art studios across the country alongside Bay Area artists. Both will include the release of the new issue of Quickest Flip!

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.

Free

Gallery Reception // “care and respite” curated by Simon Tran & Kari Simonsen

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

Join us at the reception for care & respite, our new Main Gallery exhibition.

Finding care and respite through positive redirection. Changing your mother’s bandages, affirmations of finding self, the necessity of making home, meditations on familial patterns, climbing and conquering mountains. This and more. This and more.

Free