March 2018   
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Atari Pains   Hiba Jameel
A/NT Gallery

March 2018

Wars cause corrosive memories that take a very long time to work through. But they also resonate, in higher rates of physical and mental illness. Hiba Jameel is an Iraqi American who lived through the gulf war, she was 8 at the time. Each painting is a vivid mental Polaroids that is embedded in her memory from the war. Her works elicits the question: when it comes to military intervention how does a “liberated” society live in relation to the global community while living in a constant rupture of suppressed wartime anxieties. 

Opening reception
Saturday March 3rd, 6 to 9pm
The show is up through March 24th
Open Tuesday to Sunday 11 to 6pm

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Eternal Counting  Don Wesley
A/NT South Gallery
March 2018

March 20 of 2018 will mark 15 years since US and Allied forces entered into IRAQ for what would later become known as Operation Iraqi Freedom. During the first nine years of the operation, Army veteran Don Wesley kept a visual count of the US soldiers lost in Iraq by using his skills as a painter to express both his grief and honor for the fallen. Each bird on these nine paintings represents one of the soldiers who died during that year’s involvement.

Opening reception
Saturday March 3rd, 6 to 9pm
The show is up through March 24th
Open Tuesday to Sunday 11 to 6pm

 
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April 2018

Cynthia linet 

History of erotica   

(south Gallery)

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Opening reception
Saturday April 7th, 6 to 9pm
The show is up through April 28th
Open Tuesday to Sunday 11 to 6pm

 
 

May 2018

Shoreline Community College

Vct club show  

(south Gallery)

 

June 2018

Tseng

(south Gallery)

 

 

July 2018

Mark Gordon/Chris Poullos  

(south Gallery)

 

Barbara Oswald– Please Touch

(center Gallery)

 

August 2018

Patrick Howe

September 2018

October 2018

November 2018

December 2018