New Cargill Gallery Exhibit: ROHO Collective – Our Souls Shine Bright

This oil painting features two African American women sharing a tire swing.

"Our Souls Shine Bright” is a multimedia group exhibition from the ROHO Collective that illuminates the cultural experiences of artists of color. Featuring paintings, drawings, sculpture, and photography, the show shares a united artistic voice that speaks to the emotion and required endurance of life post-pandemic and following the social uprisings of recent years. With works by both professional and emerging Twin Cities artists, the exhibition invites the community to an experience of connection, unity, liberation, and imagination.

This exhibition will be on display at the Cargill Gallery, located on the second floor of Minneapolis Central Library, from June 5 – July 27, 2023.

The library will host an artist reception on Sunday, June 11, 3 to 5 p.m. The library will also host an artist talk with Christopher E. Harrison, Crystal Sokuu, and Yvette Griffea-Gray on Sunday, July 16, 3:30-5 p.m. Both events are open to the public.

Want to explore more art? Check out this list of books spotlighting artists of color inspired by the ROHO Collective exhibit.