Celebrate a year of art education, creativity, and wellness with our MICA Community Art Teaching Fellows, Emani Carter and Genna Clemen. Our fellows have spent this past year creating and teaching classes to both Wise & Well members and Keswick residents. This art exhibition will showcase their works in the 2nd floor Gallery from May 15-June 9th.
Learn more about these two artists and their practices during our open reception.
Artist Talks will take place between 6:30 – 7:00 pm that evening.
Date/Time: Thursday, May 18; 4:00 pm – 7:30 pm
If you would like to register for this event, you can call our Membership Services Team at 410.662.4363 or email us at email@example.com
Emani Carter was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia and has been doing art since she was little. She is a teaching community artist and designer with little to no separation of art in the other areas of her life. Creativity surrounds her in all of the things that she does and she brings it into every space she enters. Emani focuses on accessible art practices, teaching, and advocacy and enjoys a good hike, yoga, and river days. She holds a B.S. in Visual Communication Design and will graduate with an M.F.A. in Community Arts come May 2023.
Genna Clemen is a Midwest raised, student of the world, educator and visual storyteller. With a background in graphic design and digital media, they use art as a tool for exploration, problem-solving and education. Their work explores human relationships with the environment, community care and urban ecology. As an educator, they enphasize student-led and adaptable learning for all ages.