Familiar Boundaries. Infinite Possibilities.

Please join us for our private opening reception, Thursday, October 11th.


VIP Experience: $150 | 5:30-7:00pm

Includes private guided tour of the exhibition, private artist meet n’ greet, signed exhibition poster, exhibition catalog, open bar and light fare.


General Admission: $60 | 7:00pm

Includes signed exhibition poster, one (1) complimentary drink and light fare.


Performance by Ugandan Jazz Vocalist, Somi.


Familiar Boundaries. Infinite Possibilities

Familiar Boundaries. Infinite Possibilities, a group exhibition of regional, national, and international contemporary artists, draws from themes that question society’s obsession with tradition, policing, consumption, and indulgence. This exhibition in the galleries of the August Wilson Center provides the featured artists the opportunity to create spaces of joy, safety, healing, and care for humanity and the environment.

Peju Alatise, "Flying Girls"

Installation, 2016, Courtesy of the artist.

Lizania Cruz, "Here & There"

For this installation, Lizania Cruz is exploring how crossing geopolitical boundaries has a significant effect on our identities; how we see ourselves and how others see us. She’s created a website, hereandthere.lizania.com to gather these stories. For the installation, selected statements will be printed and hung as flags monthly over the course of the installation from October 12th to March 25th, 2019.

Sean Jones: A Suite For Flying Girls

To capture the freedoms, joys, visions and dreams of those that are often set aside, unseen, misunderstood, and oppressed is a daunting task. Sean Jones seeks to sonically depict the work of Peju Alatise and her ability to do just that in her work, Flying Girls. By taking several images from Alatise’s exhibit, Jones seeks to express the triumphant vision that is evident in the work.

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Shikeith, "The Language Must Not Sweat"

Digital Photograph, 2018, Courtesy of the artist.

Martha Jackson Jarvis, "Blue Blood I & II"

Mixed-media / Drawing, 2017, Courtesy of the artist.

Nakeya Brown, "Self Portrait in Shower Cap: Gestures of My Bio-Myth"

Archival Inkjet Print, 2016, Courtesy of the artist.