About the Riverfront Art Gallery
Riverfront Library: May 5 – July 21, 2022
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 5, 5:30-7:30 pm
“Memento Mori,” is a Latin term meaning to remember that death is a part of life. Our current exhibit seeks to explore the inevitability of death and its impact on all of us. Throughout the pandemic, we’ve needed to let go of old ways of thinking and being in the world, to adopt new ways of living. Death, in all its forms, can be an opportunity to adapt, to appreciate, to honor and value the lives we are currently living. Death can be a door, a light shining upon more healthy ways of being present in the world. Death reminds us that each moment of life is sacred.
Please note this program is in person and is part of First Thursday Gallery Hop.
by Kikito Rodríguez
Grinton I. Will Library: January-June, 2022
Kikito Rodríguez is a Dominican multidisciplinary artist based in New York. His works have been exhibited in galleries, museums, cultural centers and contemporary art fairs in the United States, Argentina and Dominican Republic. His art has been published in journals, newspapers and magazines. You can read more about him and view his portfolio here: https://www.kikitorodriguez.com/
- UBUNTU: I Am Because We Are (September 25 – December 16, 2021)
- Here, There, Everywhere: Beyond Inclusion (August 12 – September 17, 2021)
Virtual Art Program:
Flow Art Fridays on Zoom
Every Friday via Zoom, 3:30 – 4:30 PM
Join us every Friday for a fun and creative journey exploring and learning bookmaking and printmaking traditions from around the world. No previous experience necessary.
A selection of the following materials will be used every week:
Glue stick, Mod Podge