Fall/Winter 2019 Exhibit Season

Announcing The Millet House Fall and Winter season:

“Badass Latina Women”

Featured Artist Vanessa Ortiz

September 13, 2019 – October 31, 2019

The exhibit will feature multiple portraits of Latinas from all eras in time. These are icons that every young Latina has looked up to. The exhibit is from the Artist’s point of view, reminding herself of how much Latinas have overcome in their own lives. The levels of pain and suffering are high yet through it all they have created beautiful artwork. The artist hopes to empower young women and older women, telling them that life can be beautiful if they only embrace themselves and their talent. Visitors will discover ladies they never thought were Latina. An invited show will accompany the featured artist.

 

“Yo’oriwamta Suaapo”

(Protect the Sacred)

Featured Artist Sai’la Gu’oi

November 8, 2019 – November 30, 2019

The exhibit will showcase art that addresses Native American issues: political, environmental, social. The artist is Yaqui/Yoeme and a member of the Bow Leader society. An invited show will accompany the featured artist. 

 

“Mystical Jubilee”

Featured Artist Gilat Ben-Dor

Supported by juried artists and the Millet House Art Collective

December 6, 2019 – January 10, 2020

In this lush exhibit, artist Gilat Ben-Dor combines richly detailed figures and ornament, forming an interplay of fantasy and elegance reminiscent of a holiday dreamland in faraway lands. The focus will be on ethereal festivity geared to all. This open celebration of joyous pageantry allows for a wide range of interpretations by the supporting artists. An invited group of artists will accompany this featured exhibit. 

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