2020 VIRTUAL EXHIBITS
FEATURE STORY - USA - "Last year, artist Virginia Mallon began organizing a nationwide tour of shows for a collaboration of artists entitled ‘Artists for Social Justice 2020’. This collaborative and expansive show was set to launch this past March at Queen’s College of the City University of New York. Unfortunately it is now postponed due to social distancing, but let me tell you, we are OBSESSED with this collection.
Beautiful art mixed with timely issues of social justice? What more do you need?!..."
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ARC Gallery & Educational Foundation presents ARTISTS FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE – Online Exhibition
Virtual Opening Reception: Sat. October 3, 4pm LINK
Curator: Virginia Mallon
In response to the current political crises in America, a cadre of
diverse and talented artists launched a year-long cross-country show
into the heartland of America, united by the belief that art is and
should be a catalyst for change. Waylaid by the pandemic, the exhibit
has launched virtually with planned exhibits in 2021.
The Queens College Art Center at Kupferberg Center for the Arts
presents:Artists for Social Justice 2020, curated by Virginia Mallon, is a collaborative group exhibition featuring artists whose work reflects the multitude of crisis in our country and on our planet today. LINK
Opening Thursday, October 29, 2020
Artist Talk with Yvonne Shortt: Tuesday, November 24; 7PM