INSPIRED BY SOCIAL ISSUES: MALE ARTISTS OF COLOR REFLECT ON TODAY’S URBAN EXPERIENCE
NOVEMBER 18, 2016 – JANUARY 6, 2017
4TH FLOOR GALLERY
INSPIRED BY SOCIAL ISSUES is a collection of provocative art works that address some of the greatest problems facing our society, including unemployment, homelessness, youth incarceration and gun violence. Male artists of color present works that draw attention to people dealing with some of the most pressing problems of contemporary life in the United States. The exhibition includes works on paper, portraits in oil, watercolor and charcoal, mixed media, sculpture and installation and views of urban landscape.
ARTISTS INCLUDE: Floyd Atkins, David Buttram, Cesar Conde, Jesse Howard, Garland Taylor, Julian Williams
Join us for the opening reception of this powerful exhibit on Friday, November 18th from 7 – 10 PM. FREE parking is available in the North Lot. Upon arrival, please use the NORTH ENTRANCE.