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NIAD Main Gallery // “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.

Free

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.

Free

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.

Free

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. 

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.

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