On view through October 15, 2017.
RESIST artworks are exhibited at these BUSBOYS and POETS Locations:
- City Vista – 1025 5th (& “K”) Street, NW Washington, DC 20001
- Takoma – 235 Carroll Street, NW, Washington, DC 20012
- Brookland – 625 Monroe Street, NE, Washington, DC 20017
- Shirlington – 4251 South Campbell Ave, Arlington, VA 22206
Sandy Adams, Doba Afolabi, Elizabeth Ashe, Paloma Barada, Leda Black, Ivanete Blanco, Rachael Bohlander, Anne Bouie, William Buchanan, Lea Craigie-Marshall, Jessica Damen, Jeremy Darby, Diane Dompka, Thalia Doukas, Bulsby Duncan, Elizabeth Eby, Cheryl Edwards, Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg, Rene Fisher, Michelle D. Flamer, Billy Forrest, Valerie Gladstone, Philip Hazard, Gregory Hein, David Jackson, Leonard Jewler, Mihira Karra, Sally Kauffman, Katherine Kendall, Anita Kunz, Joanie Landau, Marni Manning, Michelle Marcello, Kristine Mays, Craig Meklir, Jenae Michelle, Meredith Morris, Nancy Nesvet, Carol Newmyer, Keith Norval, Katharine Owens, Sandi Parker, Preston Sampson, Hy’ete Seasea, Harriett Sosson, Robert Sulkin, Ann Marie Williams, Andrew Wohl, and Curtis Woody.
RESIST is in honor of the latest Resist movements captivating the globe. We invited professional artists to submit works that interpret and reflect the state of our world today. What is happening to our democracy and our government and the people in our city, nation and world? From climate change, health care, tax cuts, Muslim ban, women’s issues the March for Science, No DAPL, Education, Air Quality, GMOs, and our relationship with the rest of the world! “We had an overwhelming response from artists across the country,” said Margery Goldberg, founder of Zenith Gallery. “The enthusiasm for this show by artists and art supporters has offered one of the best mix of mediums we have seen in a juried show of this nature in years.”
First Prize winner will receive $450, Second Prize $350, Third Prize winners will receive $250, honorable mentions $100 Gift cards for BUSBOYS and POETS. Winners will be announced at August Opening.
Carol Rhodes Dyson
Carol has over 30 years’ experience as an art administrator, educator and now curator for museums, galleries, cultural institutions and alternative spaces in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, MD and Kansas City, MO. She has extensive experience in exhibition research and production, public program development and performing arts/interdisciplinary productions. Most recently, Carol founded Social Impact Arts Collective, a non-profit organization providing curatorial and educational services for under-served communities.
Margery is the owner and curator of Zenith Gallery, as well as the Executive Director and Founder of The Zenith Community Arts Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization in Washington D.C. Since founding Zenith Gallery in 1978, Marger has curated over 450-plus shows (including numerous traveling exhibitions), multiple Art League shows, and more than 100 corporate collections and projects, including major outdoor sculptures and a permanent installation at the Smithsonian Institute’s Air and Space Museum.
Celinda is a prominent pollster and political strategist for progressives. She currently serves as President of Lake Research Partners, and is the recipient of an American Political Consultant Award and the Opportunity Agenda Creative Change Award. She has worked on innovative message projects that helped redefine language on the economy, inequality, big money in politics, climate change, public schools, teachers, and criminal justice reform.