In honor of Black History Month the exhibition "Griot" looks into the history of story telling across the African Diaspora.
Curated by Asia Hamilton and Donna Jackson the narrative of the GRIOT is based on experiences, ideologies and perspectives of visual artists exploring contemporary Black life and aesthetic either figuratively, technically, or contextually using various mediums. All art tells a story. Join us as we dive deep into a world of show and tell.
THE GRIOT OPENS
Saturday, February 13, 2021 / 6 - 9 PM
Dr. Shawn Renee Forman
Cara Marie Young
Chris St. John
STAY SAFE: COVID-19 guidelines will be in place. You must wear a mask. No more than 20 people in the gallery at one time. If you arrive and the gallery is at capacity you will be asked to wait in your car until a space opens. Please stay at least 6ft apart from others will in the gallery. Please wash/sanitize your hands before entering the gallery. Hand-sanitizer will be available at the door.