What's Happening At The Gantt
Respect Da Mic's "Pen Up-Ink Down" Poetry Slam
December 14 - Come feel the heat of ink by steaming up your day with poetry. Come witness, judge, or participate as poets throw their pens up for three minutes and ten seconds during three rounds of ink lined competition where randomly selected judges will decide...
New Mythologies: William Villalongo
October 26, 2013 - Current - "There are always two things going on: the one you can see and the one you can't see. That's what interests me." – William Villalongo To create good new art, an artist has to know a lot about what came before them; then use t...
The Gantt Center shares a commitment to raising the awareness and understanding of contemporary art and celebrating diverse cultures and viewpoints through our exhibition, education and residency programs. In partnership with the McColl Center for Visual Art (2010 to 2012), four artists of color inspired by African-American culture, committed to artistic investigation, and interested in community engagement were selected to be in residence by the Center with the objective of providing meaningful interactions with the community through collaboration, outreach and innovative programming.
Currently this program is on hiatus. Please enjoy the work of our Gantt AIR’s and check back in with us regarding the status of this program.
Gantt Center Artists-in-Residence
Michaela Pilar Brown
Photography, Performance and Installation
September 6 - November 22, 2011
Photography, Mixed Media, Performance
January 10 - March 28, 2011
Painter (Gantt AIR)
September 7 - November 22, 2010
Credits: Fahamu Pecou, Ambitions of a Rider (2010) - acrylic on canvas, 84 x 66 inches
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