Tuesday, November 23, 2021 - Saturday, January 27, 2022
Rashad Ali Muhammad is a multidisciplinary residing in the Washington metropolitan area. Muhammad builds a sense of wonder and mystique in his work through various mediums, inspired by his lived experiences, vivid imagination, and refined aesthetic. He continuously explores themes of spirituality, cultural identity, and finding harmony in life. His multifaceted practice is informed by formal education in graphic design and photography at American University and fine art and film education in high school. Muhammad's art is a visual feast that takes time to digest as you take in each distinct detail.
Esperanza: A Celebration of Hispanic Heritage and Hope
Featured Artists: María Luisa Benavides “Maripi” & María Brito
Thursday, September 16, 2021- Thursday, October 28, 2021
This art exhibit celebrates Hispanic Heritage and culture through the artwork of two female artists. María Luisa Benavides, also known as Maripi, is inspired by the biodiversity and culture of her home country, Costa Rica. She creates colorful paintings, often in mandala forms, that feature vivid color and intricate designs. María Brito is a painter who is inspired by the vitality of plants and living nature, often recalled from her home country of Venezuela.