Exhibition at Wave Pool features artists working within the context of a larger collective
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Exhibition at Wave Pool features artists working within the context of a larger collective
Izzy C., Barbie Dollhouse, 2021. Mixed Media.

CINCINNATI, OH.- "Critical Mass" is a group exhibition, which includes work from multiple creative collectives: four women-identifying students from a local alternative educational institution; artists working within the Ohio Prison Arts Connection program, in order to connect people with art inside and outside of prisons; a group of women working through their experiences with trauma and recovery by learning new skills in storytelling and woodcutting; and an ad-hoc crew of immigrant/refugee artists and artisans led by an internationally renowned artist.

Inside the Dollhouse is a group project funded by the Judy Chicago Art Education award, led by artist and teacher Chelsea Borgman who worked with four Cincinnati-based students (Izzy C., Ava C., Addie W., & Lucia A.), to create dollhouses as a metaphor for the historically silenced political voices of female-identifying teens.

Onto Life's Pages is a poster project from six Ohio artists—Gwendolyn Garth, Whitney Johnson, Jamie Ochs, Kamisha Thomas, Brittany Vondenhuevel, and Aimee Wissman—after taking Wave Pool's ongoing artists professional development course, "Driving Lessons" classes. Each artist made illustrations based on quotations from people who were directly impacted by incarceration.

Owning Your Own Voice is a community-based storytelling project designed to increase resiliency, build community, and combat stigma one story at a time. Participants Keinaya Davis, Loretta Davis, Cynthia Furbush, Johnnie Mae Gutter, Leakeather "Kitty" Meeks, Angelique Metcalf, April Radcliff, Mimi Rook, and Bianca Weatherspoon gathered together over several months, learning new skills of storytelling and wood-working to collectively they create 4 "listening benches."

Welcome Editions are art objects designed by nationally recognized artists and fabricated at least in part by the refugee and immigrant community of the Welcome Project. For this sixth Welcome Edition, internationally renowned artist Vanessa German works with local artists to create limited edition Power Figure sculptures in response to the question, “What if you could create an art work that had a power to change the world?”

This group show exhibition is curated by Maria Seda-Reeder.

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