Exhibitions

Category: Exhibitions

  1.   Photographs from Hawley-Green and Northside Neighbors This exhibition was the culmination of a community art project in which ArtRage worked with community members and organizations in the Hawley-Green and Northside neighborhoods. ArtRage got cameras into the hands of neighborhood residents and asked them to…

  2. “For centuries now, industries have been mining the globe in search of raw materials that can be converted into profitable commodities, displacing innumerable communities and leaving in their wake toxic, hazardous, and ecologically devastated environments. While consumers experiment with greener lifestyles, the majority of the…

  3. William Knodel was a college student in the 1970s in New York City when he purchased his first second-hand snapshot, a group of young men in assorted swimming attire whose style dated them back to the turn of the century, posing before a camp tent…

  4.   DAUGHTERS OF IXCHEL was a collection of images of Maya women and their hand-woven textiles that brought awareness and understanding of vibrant Maya cultures and the challenges they face.  The exhibit was a look into the lives of women weavers from Guatemala and Southern…

  5. The work of Favianna Rodriguez embodies an art and cultural practice that gives voices to disenfranchised people all over the world, transforming it into a tool for agitation, inspiration, and action. The exhibition, THE MACHINE – LA MAQUINA featured some of Favianna’s newest works. Using…