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With paintings, sculpture, and found objects, arts educator Chinedu Felix Osuchukwu reflects on the reciprocal relationship between teacher and student. Showcasing a large body of work from the past 15 years,Â his work captures both the breadth of his impact and the individual stories and struggles of children heâ€™s served. A Duke Ellington School of the Arts and Corcoran College of Art alumni, this is Chineduâ€™s first solo show in 13 years. He is currently working toward his MFA in Painting at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA).
In what is sure to be a current and conversation-starting exhibition, mixed media artist Jo Ann Block brings The Fewâ€¦The Proudâ€¦ to the new Vivid Gallery. Block is known for investigating queer history, sexuality and identity, as they are inscribed within historical and contemporary culture.
Alberto Villalobos is a visual artist, violinist and, composer living in New York City. Alberto first exhibited his work with a solo exhibit in 2008 titled Masks & Murals of Mexico curated by Veronica Abraham, at the Grady Alexis Gallery in New York City. More recently, Villalobos; work has been featured in exhibits across the country, including DĂa de los Muertos at The Bath House Cultural Center in Dallas, TX; #migration61 a Washington, DC exhibit honoring Jacob Lawrence and, Mugshots at Verum Ultimum in Portland, OR as part of the 2017 National Council on the Education of Ceramic Arts (NCECA) Conference.