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"Cottagecore Foam Roller" shown with audio "Spoken Rules"
"Cottagecore Foam Roller" shown with audio "Spoken Rules"

MIXED METHODOLOGIES @wirwirberlin of the Spring Session PICTURE BERLIN resdients during @berlinartweek, opening on 16 September Kamaria Shepherd will be showing this work from 2022 along with audio works! Opening - Friday, 16. September at 19h

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Writers on the Rise: Kamaria Shepherd
Writers on the Rise: Kamaria Shepherd

Writers on the Rise: Kamaria Shepherd Thursday, September 30, 2021 7:00 PM 8:00 PM Google Calendar ICS Writers on the Rise is a spotlight reading series designed to uplift and amplify the diverse talent of a wide range of voices and creative visions.

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She Learned Herself Awake
She Learned Herself Awake

KAMARIA SHEPHERD She Learned Herself Awake July 10 through August 28, 2021 Opening Reception: Saturday, July 10, 6-9pm Bermudez Projects is pleased to present Kamaria Shepherd | She Learned Herself Awake, the second exhibit in the gallery's new series of installation-based exhibits dedicated solely to BIPOC + LGBTQIA artists.

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City Speaks, Episode 4
City Speaks, Episode 4

“City Speaks” brings together the talents of Southland poets, a concrete ghost of a Morris Chair and an ambient sonic environment in a contemplative al fresco living room. Sit a spell, relax in dappled shade and enjoy poetic reflections on the Crown City of the San Gabriel Valley.

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City Speaks, Episode 4
City Speaks, Episode 4

NewTown is pleased to present the fourth and final iteration of City Speaks, featuring poems by Kamaria Shepherd, Polly Geller and Dr. Gerda Govine Ituarte. Listen to the poems as installed.

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The Shape of Support Online Exhibition May 2, 2020
The Shape of Support Online Exhibition May 2, 2020

DAC Gallery presents The Shape of Support, the annual ECF Art Center staff exhibition conceived around the idea of support systems. Celebrating staff as both accomplished artists and integral to the Art Center program, this exhibition emphasizes the notion that support takes on many different forms. The ECF Art Centers thrive because of the staff’s unwavering mentorship, creativity, and guidance. Throughout the year, staff carry out exceptional person centered programming in the studios to s

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The Shape of Support Online Exhibition May 2, 2020
The Shape of Support Online Exhibition May 2, 2020

DAC Gallery presents The Shape of Support, the annual ECF Art Center staff exhibition conceived around the idea of support systems. Celebrating staff as both accomplished artists and integral to the Art Center program, this exhibition emphasizes the notion that support takes on many different forms. The ECF Art Centers thrive because of the staff’s unwavering mentorship, creativity, and guidance. Throughout the year, staff carry out exceptional person centered programming in the studios to s

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GALLERY AZUL: Black Heritage Month
GALLERY AZUL: Black Heritage Month

Black Heritage Month A group exhibition celebrating the creative endeavors of black visual artists of our time. Join us for our black heritage exhibition. Come by and experience work by some amazing working artists who are making their contributions to the world. The purpose of black history month is to acknowledge and remember the contributions of our black sisters and brothers. Let us remember the words of historian Carter G. Woodson: If a race has no history, if it has no worthwhile tradi

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Artillery Magazine / Blue Moon by Kate Eringer | Feb 25, 2020
Artillery Magazine / Blue Moon by Kate Eringer | Feb 25, 2020

"Kamaria Shepherd was the breakout for me (the only artist in the exhibition with whom I was not previously familiar), with her wall hanging Ha Recollection, a Victorian Blouse (which registered more as a clothing pattern) inscribed with a poem by Shepherd. It’s translucence a further compliment to the intentionally wistful energy of this exhibitions’ hang, a whisper whose words carry only import." Curator Alix Vernet.

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