The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art presents “Dirty Laundry,” a group exhibition delving into the vast problems of “fast fashion.”
“OPTICVOICES: Mama’s Boys,” is a multimedia exhibit addressing the trauma and healing of mothers who have lost sons to systemic violence.
What If resembles a voting booth or religious confessional. There’s only room for one inside. Participants enter, sit, then pull a curtain to secure their privacy.
The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery’s Fall 2022 exhibition, “Arctic/Amazon: Networks of Global Indigeneity,” opens October 1.
Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration, an exhibition exploring the profound cultural influence of the U.S. prison system.
On September 23, 2022 We. The Culture: Works by The Eighteen Art Collective will debut in the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields,
Columbia Collective artists are a multimedia group of young female and trans artists named after their previous detention facility.
The Parrish Art Museum presents Another Justice: US is Them—Hank Willis Thomas | For Freedoms, featuring work by contemporary artists.
In 2018, the Barnes and Mural Arts launched an initiative featuring art education classes for Restorative Justice program participants.
San Francisco Bay area Black art collectives and their impacts are being explored in a new exhibition at the Museum of Sonoma County.
The exhibition explores environmental and socio-political issues relating to water through the history and experience of the Great Lakes.