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Family Ghosts | With Love… Issue 20

ISSUE 20
Three Artists Talk | Two Artists Talk | We’re Hiring!


Flora, Family Ghosts + Resilient Correspondence

Three artists discuss the threads and themes of their work

Online Artists’ Talk: Thursday, May 27, 7-8pm PST

Join us for a special event bringing together three artists – Shari Arai DeBoer, Manon Wada, Irene Wibawa – to discuss intersecting themes within their creative practice. While working in different media, scale and modes for investigation, the artists’ work is interconnected through their consideration of family stories, nature and resilience during these challenging times.

Image: Details of work by (l-r) Irene Wibawa, Shari Arai DeBoer, and Manon Wada

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Two Artists Talk

ART – A Life Long Commitment

A conversation between Raymond Holbert and VirgiNia Jourdan

Online Artists’ Talk: Saturday, May 15, 3pm-4:30pm PST

Raymond Holbert is a prolific artist, professor of art and design, and fascinating person. Holbert’s street photography focuses on a range of subjects; from a fascination with medicine, science and leisure, to current public dilemmas. For this online special event, that is part of Art of the African Diaspora 2021, Holbert will speak about his work with artist VirgiNia Jourdan.

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We’re Hiring!

Curator (part-time)

Richmond Art Center is looking for a Curator! This part-time position will be responsible for a number of exhibitions as we plan to reopen our facility in the summer. Position open until filled.

Image: Nicole Mueller’s site specific installation, Thresholds, at Richmond Art Center, 2019. Photo by Bill Johnston Jr.

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