CURRENT AND FUTURE EXHIBITIONS
The exhibition plunges us into grief... with breathing room to heal."
Opioid Wakes is having a powerful impact on audiences, as the above quotation from an audience member suggests. It's not too late to see the show everyone is talking about: Zo Gallery is open today, Saturday, 9/16, Noon to 8 pm; next Friday, 9/22, and Saturday, 9/23, Noon to 8 pm; and a closing reception will be held on Friday, 9/29, 5 to 8 pm.
CLOSING RECEPTION: WE SEE YOUR LIGHT
Friday, September 29, 5-8 pm (program begins at 6 pm)
Featuring a conversation on disparities in access to health and wellness resources, and the power of compassion in overcoming stigma. Participants include Zach Kosinski, Director of Harm Reduction at Behavioral Health System Baltimore; Andrea Brown, Executive Director of the Black Mental Health Alliance; Kelly Gill, founder of Love in the Trenches; and Fanon Hill, co-founder of the Youth Resiliency Institute. The evening closes with a song from Shaunielle McDonald dedicated to all we’ve lost to substance use.
Three artists, Dan Ortiz Leizman, Osvaldo Mesa and Pam Thompson are exhibiting at the Zo Gallery in Hamden with an opening reception on Friday, Oct 6 from 6-9. Their works all share references to the "Baroque" in style, form and subject matter yet reflect contemporary practice in painting, sculpture, installation and new media. Therran Dennis will play Cuban flavored acoustic guitar.
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Zo Gallery Family