MOCADA: MISS EDUCATION

March 11 - May 23 2020

(Solo) The third and final chapter in MoCADA’s exploration of spirituality in the African diaspora features Harmonia Rosales’ Miss Education: Reclaiming Our Identity, which examines America’s puritanical foundation and approach to what is civilized while shedding a light on issues of today. Though these ideals made by Europeans often overlook those who don’t fit into “traditional frameworks”, and deny the African origins of religion and their involuntary route to the Americas, they have never determined the true value of the Black woman. The identity of the Black woman tells a much bigger story of creation, of god, of being a Black female, of being a work of art. And finally, these erroneous modes of thinking are questioned and shifted to carve out new concepts of excellence.

FEMME TOUCH, WARHOL MUSEUM

2020

(Group) Bennetts Private Collection: The Femme Touch exhibition shine's a light on the stories of the women, whose contributions have often been overlooked in retellings of Warhol's story.

CCH POUNDERS “QUEEN”: THE WRIGHT MUSEUM

2020

(Group) Featuring artwork by Africans, African-Americans, and artists from the Diaspora, the pieces on display in Queen are drawn from the personal collection of award-winning actress CCH Pounder and span a range of styles and mediums.

SCOPE MIAMI BEACH

2019

Meijler Art

WEARABLE ART GALA

June 1, 2019

Co-Artistic Directors Tina Knowles Lawson and Richard Lawson founded the event, which is presented by SheaMoisture, to celebrate art and raise funds for the non-profit gallery and performance complex WACO Theater Center.

"GIVE ME BODY: FEMME RE-DIVINED” EXHIBIT AT THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN DIASPORAN ART (MOCADA).

March 2, 2019

Group show

THE HUMAN SPIRIT: CELEBRATING THE BLACK EXPERIENCE

February 1, 2019

Group Show

L.A. ART SHOW

January 10-14, 2018

Simard Bilodeau Contemporary

CCH POUNDERS "QUEEN: AN EXHIBITION," 
XAVIER UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY

December 26, 2017

Group show

AQUA ART MIAMI

December 6-10, 2017

Simard Bilodeau Contemporary

SOLO EXHIBITION AT SIMARD BILODEAU CONTEMPORARY

September 17, 2017

B.I.T.C.H.

(Black Imaginary To Counter Hegemony)

Replacing the white male figures (the most represented) with people I believe have been the least represented can begin to recondition our minds to accept new concepts of human value.

*Sold out within its first week.

MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY: BLACK CREATIVITY JURIED ART EXHIBITION

2017

The Juried Art Exhibition is one of the Museum's signature Black Creativity programs, celebrating innovation and imagination that tap into the rich diversity of African-American talent.

*1st Place Winner

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