Current Exhibitions

Socio-Emotional Learning

Socio-Emotional Learning

Yvonne Kunz
July 2 - August 1
In large measure becoming an artist consists of learning to accept yourself, which makes your work personal, and in following your own voice, which makes your work distinctive. - David Bayles, Art & Fear,1993

Accepting oneself is often easier to read in self-help books than to live. Having read Art & Fear, Yvonne Kunz's role as an artist and an educator has her grappling with questions of what it means to accept oneself and others: to be American, a woman, and a person in this modern age. Ever surrounded by ... Read More
Cauldron Delights

Cauldron Delights

Rajaa Gharbi
July 2 - August 1
International artist and poet Rajaa Gharbi’s acrylic, olive-pits and semi-precious stones paintings on canvas and paper, at times like short stories, songs or riddles, recall the proverbial “what’s cooking?”. Playing with personal background-specific symbols and universal ones, Gharbi explores the possibility of a futuristic vision of a much needed respite for human and other natural phenomena ... Read More