A new exhibit explores the meaning of inclusion and racial equity in our community through the eyes of local artists. Facing Race Together goes on display Thursday, March 5 in The Gallery at Richland Library.
The exhibit features nine artists: JoAnn Borovicka; Charles Eady; Kanae Goji; Lori Starnes Isom; Rachelle Kobilarov; Roxana Sinex; Amanda Ladymon Stockard; Keith Tolen and Sabrina White.
Overall, there are 20 pieces, which emphasize the artists’ experiences of living in the minority or facing metaphorical and literal barriers of living in the South. They range from acrylic, silkscreens and textiles to wood, mixed-media and a three-dimensional installation.
Join us for an opening reception later that evening from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at our Main location (1431 Assembly Street) to meet and interact with the artists. The program, which is free and open to the public, includes food from A Peace of Soul Vegan Kitchen and live painting from two of the artists, Isom and Tolen.
Facing Race Together opens in conjunction with the Together SC Summit, and the exhibit runs through Friday, May 1.
For questions, please contact Emily Stoll at 803-587-3637 or email [email protected].
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