Golden Moments - Jamaica’s Olympics Journey 1948-2021
December 16, 2021 to January 4, 2022
A Celebration of Jamaica's Athletics Legacy in Acrylic on canvas, this exhibit represents a tribute to Jamaica's Track athletes who have worked selflessly to bring glory to the island through hard work and sacrifice in contributing to Jamaica's dominance on the global Track and Field stage. Curated by artist Richard Hugh Blackford.
Black History Exhibit: WHO ARE THE HEROES IN OUR STORY?
January 12 to March 6, 2022
An exhibit that delves into the social, economic, and political stories of African Americans; showcasing facets that have been historically glossed over or ignored in mainstream narratives and history books. It will present both the atrocities and hidden figures to conquer the subject matter and offer how African American contributions have paved the way and advanced modern society while still having been marginalized. Who are the Heroes in Our Story recommends some answers often not included but highly relevant. An MCC Presents curated exhibit.
Human/Nature- A Series of Soft-Sculpture Portraits
March 16 to May 8, 2022
Domestic objects, such as worn clothing or used sheets, which would otherwise be discarded or forgotten, are given a second life through the combined use of various fiber techniques, such as immersion dye, pattern making, sewing, crochet, weaving, knitting ,upholstery, embroidery, and more. Artist Amanda Madrigal works tirelessly to celebrate and re-stitch the literal fabric of our past and reflects on the relationships we have with each other, nature, architecture, and time. Her work both imitates and distorts reality through the use of familiar yet unexpected forms.
Roots of Irma
May 18 to May 29, 2022
Photo artist Ryan Fitzroy focuses on unearthed roots which symbolize the uprooted lives of those affected by Hurricane Irma.
Caribbean Heritage Exhibit: COUNTER VALENCE II
June 6 to August 7, 2022
The images tell an inspiring story of Haitian life, set in its picturesque, tropical backdrop. Through reminiscent photographs and innocent diary accounts, multimedia artist Zeek Mathias contrasts the general thought of the country’s poverty with the reality of its richness of culture, historical contribution and human resilience.