Opening Reception of Jamaica Flux: Workspace & Windows, July 10, 2021. Photo by Karen Santiago

Current & Upcoming Exhibitions

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Who Gets to Determine Who Belongs Where? by Julia Justo. Image courtesy of the artist.

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Our Roots: Fulton Art Fair

September 7 - October 23 @ JCAL

Saturdays in the Gallery

October 2 & 23, 12-3pm


September 7 - October 21: Printmaking Workshop /

Creation Station @ JCAL & Online

September 25, 2-5pm: Opening Reception (invitation only)

October 16, 2-3:30pm: Artist Talk (virtual event)

October 23, 12-2pm: Printing Demonstration @ JCAL

Curatorial statement: "We are living in a country that was built by immigrants whose roots reach all over the world. The focus of this exhibit is to celebrate what our ancestors have brought to this country and the people who were here before the Europeans came to this land.

The roots of the artists participating in this exhibit reach out to Native America, Africa, with stops in the Caribbean, Southern United States. The artists have chosen to create images that reflect historical events that have added to the American Dream. Others have chosen to express family connections.

This exhibit was inspired to combat the rising storm of separatism and division. Our roots are diversified but we are all part of the American Tree and a tree with strong roots can survive any storm."

Artists: Pamella Allan, Beryl Benbow, Charnae Betton, Gloria Braxton, Francks F. Deceus, Myrah Brown Green, Melvin Isaac, Julia Justo, Scharalet Kee, Donna Mason, Otto Neals, Aleathea Sapp-Jimenez, Margaret Rose Vendryes, Larry Weekes, Valerie Williams, Ken Wright

Learn more about Fulton Art Fair

More information and online gallery coming soon!