Artists As Activists Exhibition 2011


It’s a honor to be apart of the Artist as Activist exhibition at the The Artisans Enterprise Center. ARTISTS AS ACTIVISTS is a two-year anniversary exhibition of works by artists featured in the semimonthly column by Saad Ghosn, “Artists as Activists” in Streetvibes since September 2009. The exhibition will include Farron Allen,Lauri Aultman, Gordon Baer, Keith Banner, Mary Pierce Brosmer, Carmen Bush Jeff Casto, Jan Brown Checco, Halena Cline, Suzanne Chouteau, Scott Donaldson Andy Fausz, Steven Finke, Dorothy Fraembs, Gary Gaffney, Barbara Gamboa, Stephen Geddes, Melvin Grier, Gena Grunenberg, Kymber Henson, Barbara Houghton, Jimi Jones, Jerry Judge, Kevin T. Kelly, Aaron Kent, Mary Ann Lederer Gloria McConnaghy, Paulette Meier, Kelly Phelps and Kyle Phelps, Tom Phelps Ellen Price, Matt Reed, Bill Ross, Kim Shifflett, Thom Shaw, Kurt Storch, Steve Sunder, landKen Swinson, Leigh Waltz Roscoe, and Wilson Martin Zeinway
Curated by Saad Ghosen

Art to Empower: Article in Street Vibes


Thank you Saad Ghosn for including me in your Artist as Activist column in the March issue of Street Vibes Magazine. Streetvibes is a street newspaper that provides relevant discussion of homelessness, poverty, and other related social justice issues. To learn more about Street Vibes follow this link http://streetvibes.wordpress.com/program/
photo by Saad Ghosn

Prelude 2009: The Human Spirit Revealed

Reflections by Cedric Cox, 30x36 inches, acrylic on stretched canvas

Reflections by Cedric Cox, 30x36 inches, acrylic on stretched canvas

I am honored to be included in the upcoming exhibit at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center in Cincinnati, OH, entitled Prelude 2009: The Human Spirit Revealed. Curated by Barbara Gamboa, the invitational exhibit also includes work by Deborah Davidson, Sarah Gallant, Barbara Gamboa, Saad Ghosn, Jim Hasse, Robert Harris, Brian Joiner, Reginald Leary, Cynthia Lockhart, Robert J. Morris, Robert O’Neal, Thomas Phelps, Rebeca Pitman, and Kurt Storch. It runs from January 17 through February 14, 2009. A public reception to celebrate the opening of the exhibit is January 17 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.