Art + Culture
Storytellers: Curated by Andreana Donahue and Tim Ortiz
Storytellers is a selection of works by artists who reimagine and reinvent the essential practice of telling stories through visual art. Each work represents aspects of a complex personal narrative, glimpses into alternate realities created with diverse materials and processes — Miranda Delgai’s reflection of Navajo tradition and identity through weaving, Billy White’s multivalent hand-built ceramics, or the effortless humor of Michael Pellew’s pop culture inspired drawings. The narratives these artists construct are not only imaginative inventions, but broader representations of their experiences and highly original perspectives. Curated by Tim Ortiz and Andreana Donahue, this group exhibition includes five LAND artists, as well as intellectually disabled artists maintaining contemporary practices at progressive art studios throughout the country.