RISE is beautiful. It is a quiet celebration of who we are, where we’ve been and what’s possible. While Black women are not monolithic, we share an historic resilience
RISE is beautiful. It is a quiet celebration of who we are, where we’ve been and what’s possible.
While Black women are not monolithic, we share an historic resilience in the face of seemingly never-ending odds. Against this backdrop, RISE explores the thoughts and priorities of the exhibiting artists.
Their approach explores themes of spirituality, meaning and beauty, intersections, identity and duality, the environment, healing, preserving our narratives and more.
Collectively, the works are a call to create, to reclaim, to heal, to restore, to breathe and to document.
Exhibiting artists include: Grace Williams, Sade Boyewa El, Laura Gadson, Patricia Stuart, Heather Williams, Wilhemina Grant-Cooper, Gabrielle Baker, Shenna Vaughn, Melissa Sutherland, Alicia Jones, Stephanie Hughes, and Eunice Kindred.
Established in 2002
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