Flamingo Clay Studio
Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery
"Speak Their Names"
An Artist Exhibit of Peace and Healing
Three Fridays of Events
Opening of Exhibit: Friday, August 19 6-10 PM
An Evening of Documentaries: Friday August 26 6-10 PM
Labor Day Soap Box- Protest Songs and the Spoken Word
Speak Their Names Friday September 2 6-10 PM
15 South J Street in Downtown Lake Worth
Admissions: Free to the public Free Parking
"Speak Their Names" is an exhibition of healing art, presented by artists throughout Palm Beach County. Artists will speak the names of the so many fatal victims of gun violence that have taken place in our state and throughout the nation. This show, curated by Kianga Jinaki Parker, brings together artists of all shades of humanity, religions and sexual identity. The art expresses anger, grief, compassion, sisterhood/brotherhood and a desire for peaceful solutions.
"Speak Their Names" opens on Friday, August 19 form 6-10 PM with a wine and cheese reception. Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery is located at 15 South J Street in Downtown Lake Worth. Admission and parking are free.
Over 20 artists have contributed works: Jason JaFleu Fleurant speaks for most of the artists when he says, "
Artists for Black Lives Matter
Abasi Manblack Hanif-Drummer Spoken Word
Alana D Da Costa Singer Mixed-Media
Allison Kotzig Mixed-Media
Elise Crohn Mixed-Media
Erika Cespedes- Photography
Jamaal Clark- Painter
James Venable- Film Maker
Jason JaFleu Fleurant- Painter
J Efunlayo Maxey -Mixed Media
Jennifer Love Gironda- Multi-Media
Kianga Jinaki Parker -Mixed Media
Nzingah Oniwosan Mixed-Media
Ore'al Bluntston- Mixed Media
Shakeera Thomas- Crochet wire/Mixed Media,
Shari SharStar Afflick -Wood Burning/Mixed-Media
Steve Backhus- Mixed Media
Tracy Guiteau - Painter