In April, Pop Box Gallery and The Art Chose Me in partnership with Black Robin Ventures will launch a 3 month Curatorial Residency in Old East Durham at 304 S. Driver Street.
In addition to exhibitions, extensive programming focused on community engagement and showcasing local creatives is planned throughout the residency. Events include a community artist call, safe and inclusive studio time for
don't Care: reclaiming our environment affirms the ancestral, spiritual, and physical connection to nature while rewriting false narratives about environmental apathy among BIPOC communities. Featuring works by Saba Taj, Derrick Beasely, Claire Alexandre, Jim Lee, Raj Bunnag, Renzo Ortega, Jessica Clark, We don't Care is an open call show that invites artists in the community to share their wor
A night of premieres and critical conversations.
Jade Wilson, photojournalist, and candidate: M.A., UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Hip Hop artist/ producer/ writer Defacto Thezpian will premiere their videos on Friday, April 21st.
After the screening I'll chat with Jade and Defacto about how and *why* they are disrupting the status quo—owning their work, telling authentic stories and shift
Youth ages 12 -18 are invited to submit art work to be exhibited during the Juneteenth Celebration on Friday, June 16th. This year's theme is Celebrate, Educate, Agitate! Click on the flyer to submit your work.