LMCC artists and alumni are presenting extraordinary performances, exhibition openings, and sold out theater experiences! See below for a round up of some of upcoming highlights:
Damien Davis’ (Workspace 2016-2017) practice explores historical representations of blackness by seeking to unpack the visual language of various cultures and question how these societies code/decode representations of race through craft, design and digital modes of production. His new art series ignites the conversation surrounding currency, community and the effects of hyper visibility for the black body.
Stacy Fisher – Unearth at SARDINE
SARDINE presents ‘Unearth’, a two-person exhibition featuring sculptures by Stacy Fisher (Process Space 2016) and paintings by Liz Ainslie. Unearth opens with a reception on Saturday, January 25 from 6 to 9 pm and will run through February 23, 2020
Ezra Wube – Project Junction at The Africa Center
In this newly commissioned mixed media installation, Ezra Wube (Workspace 2015-2016, River To River 2019) constructs a site-specific project that explores food as an expression of collective identity in its ever evolving state. The installation incorporates animation, painting, prints, and objects.
We are excited also excited to share that the following LMCC Alumni have been awarded 2020 Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grants!
Milka Djordjevich (Swing Space 2012)
Marjani Forté-Saunders (Extended Life: 2016, Extended Life: 2017, River To River 2017)
NIC Kay (Workspace 2018-2019)
Jonathan González (Workspace 2018-2019)
Andrew Schneider (Swing Space: 2010, River To River: 2013, Process Space: 2017)
LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs (Workspace: Sept 2009 - May 2010)