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Let it Be Known

January 31 – April 5

A testament to the soul and boundless talent of Black creativity featuring both world-renowned and local artists.

Featuring Rob Lewis, Christine Miller, Barry Johnson, Mikey Coleman, Milan Davis, James Bullock, Naomi Likayi, Nia Musiba, & Paola de la Cruz

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Raúl Urias

April 24 – May 29
July 15 – September 6

Visual artist and illustrator currently based in Mexico City. His pieces have been part of several group exhibitions and one solo show. His work as an illustrator has led him to collaborate with different advertising and entertainment clients from all over the globe.

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The Big Yard Foundation

June 8 – July 11

The Big Yard Foundation’s mission is to support community empowerment, lessen neighborhood tensions, and combat community deterioration through initiatives of education, creativity, and wellness development.

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Georgina Treviño

September 25 – November 1

Georgina Trevino is a contemporary artist and jeweler from Tijuana, Mexico based in San Diego, California.

Her work has been part of several national & international exhibitions, including Racine Art Museum & Schmuck 2015 Munich, Current 2021-2022 exhibitions include Design Fair Museum of Art and Design, Puerto Rico curated by Embajada Gallery ; Dream Machine New York Jewelry week ; Salon Cosa Mexico City & Small Acts curated by Craft desert. In 2020, Treviño’s Brooch “Fuck the Police” was acquired by the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC as part of their Permanent Collection. Recent acquired work 2022 includes “Bench Pin Brooch” & “Sacred Purse” as Permanent Collection of the Racine Art Museum.

Treviño’s practice has been featured in publications such as L.A. Times, Elle, Vogue, Allure, Marie Claire, The Fader, Paper and PlayBoy magazine, Office Mag. etc…

She has worked directly with celebrities like Beyonce,Lady Gaga, Bad Bunny, Rosalia, 2Chainz,Bella Hadid, Lizzo, Doja Cat, Kali Uchis, as well as brands like Nike, E.l.f. cosmetics,Bimba y Lola, Fenty, Guess & Spotify for custom work inquiries & collaborations.

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Nicholas Galanin

Nov 20 – Jan 10

Examining the complexities of contemporary Indigenous identity, culture, and representation, Nicholas Galanin works from his experience as a Lingít and Unangax̂ artist. Embedding incisive observation and reflection into his oftentimes provocative work, he aims to redress the widespread misappropriation of Indigenous visual culture, the impact of colonialism, as well as collective amnesia. Galanin reclaims narrative and creative agency, while demonstrating contemporary Indigenous art as a continually evolving practice. As he describes: “My process of creation is a constant pursuit of freedom and vision for the present and future. I use my work to explore adaptation, resilience, survival, dream, memory, cultural resurgence, and connection and disconnection to the land.”

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