Saturday, February 28, 2015

Rolando Chang Barrero's ActivistArtistA Gallery presents "Girls' School: A Political Disregard of A Gender" 3-26-15

Girls' School: A Political Disregard of a Gender is a multimedia exhibition.
ActivistArtistA Gallery/Studio in Boynton Beach which will feature the work of Allison Kotzig, Alana DaCosta, Dianne RosenbergNiki Lopez Creative, and Abby Funk.
March 26, 2015 | 6-10 pm

ActivistArtistA Gallery
Boynton Beach Art District
422 West Industrial Ave
Boynton Beach, Florida 33426
curator: Rolando Chang Barrero

The Girls' School is a multimedia fine art exhibition exploring the aggregate experiences of 5 artists.A four part interdisciplinary curriculum which included visual art, spoken work, music, and open mic, is an invitationto the community to look beneath the surface of what is called "gender politics" and to actively engage in the dialogue.
Curator, Rolando Chang Barrero of ActivistArtistA Gallery, provides the platform for featured artists include Alana DaCosta, Allison Kotzig, Dianne Rosenberg, Niki Lopez and Abby Funk to to share their collective experiences as women, as artists, as powerful advocates against the disregard of genders, but more importantly as human beings.
This event will mark the first of it's kind in the arts, the inclusion of trans-gender individuals and explores their challenges for visibility in the arts and in our community.

Gender is not just a biological definition: it also encompasses the idea of roles and identity in the community.The question that runs through this exhibit is, "Are we are still falling short of the goal of true equality in today’s politically charged climate?"The exhibition which sets the stage for this dialogue will provide an "open mic," for all to participate.

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Special educational presentation by Katherine Murphy of the of Palm Beach County.

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Don't miss this either!!

Rolando Chang Barrero Fine Art Gallery
711 Lucernce Ave., Lake Worth, Florida 33460

Erotica 2015 at Rolando Chang Barrero Fine Art Gallery in Lake Worth which will feature the works of Joanne UrbanAli X Miranda, and Orlando Chiang!
This exhibition which opens inconjunction with the PRIDE Business Alliance mixer which is co-sponsored the Bruce Webber Gallery and on March 25, 2015 at 6 PM.


Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Rolando Chang Barrero of RCB Fine Art on OlenTV a few words to young artists...

Rolando Chang Barrero Fine Art Gallery
711 Lucerne Avenue
Lake Worth Florida 33460

A few words to young artists...and maybe not so young artists. Recorded at my gallery for the viewer of Olen Juzo-Whitely​ new TV show. (edited for broadcast) Can I have 2mins #1 [olentv]

Don't miss 
Monochrome: Rolando Chang Barrero Recent Work
Thursday, February 26, 2015
422 West Industrial Avenue
Boynton Beach, Florida 33426

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

ActivistArtistA Bay Gates Artist, Jennifer Chaparro is Taking it the Streets!

Jennifer Chaparro!
Is Taking it to the Streets!
Feb. 21-22, 2015
Illusionist, Muralist, Chalk Artist!
 Jennifer Chaparro, will be at the Lake Worth "Street Art Painting Festivial on February 21-22, 2015 working her magic.

See the magic of the illusionist painter!

Boynton Beach Art District 3D street painting 2015
International street painting artist Jennifer Chaparro of Amazing Street Painting completes her 3D street painting “A Rainbow of Color” at the January 2015 Boynton Beach Art District Art Walk. Jennifer’s work is all chalk and no paint. The street painting is about 10-feet by 15-feet and was completed in about six hours.
To learn more about Jennifer, her amazing street paintings and to book her for a project please see her website at the following address.

Boynton Beach Art District Art Walks
"Where Art Comes Alive"
Every 4th Thursday of the month!
February 26, 2015

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Boynton Beach Art District... "A glorious one of South Florida's most Innovative hot spots for the visiual arts."

February 4, 2015

In a recent story about the City of Boynton Beach, John Thomason had this to say...