Looking Back at “My Sister’s Keeper” a CAC exhibit honoring Black History Month

“My Sister’s Keeper” a CAC exhibit honoring Black History Month was a captivating exploration of human expression and connection.

 

Featuring the works of Selma Glass, Martysta Shoemake, Margaret Warfield, Renae R.D. Simmons Walker, and Roxanne Perinchief, each piece resonated with spiritual depth and emotional resonance. The artists’ interviews, shared across social media, provided insight into their creative process and inspiration and can be viewed below. From portraits to evocative collages, the artworks conveyed a profound search for love and purpose, echoing Margaret Warfield’s statements that art communicates strength, courage, and determination. Visitors were immersed in a space where the power of self-expression was palpable, inspiring them to embrace their truth and contribute to the collective tapestry of human experience.

Watch ALL the artist interviews below:

 

Check out our full exhibit schedule at www.artsdouglas.org/calendar