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Kings + Queens: Beyond What Has Happened So Far

Teaser: For 26 years, the Art & Soul festival has kicked off Black History Month in Indianapolis and celebrated Black creativity and culture. For the first time, Gallery 924 will host a retrospective of works by previous Art & Soul visual artists, while debuting artwork by 2023 Art & Soul Featured Artist Jamichael Kyng Pollard.

In Kings & Queens, artists explore themes of Black oppression, social conditioning, and resistance. The show is curated by D. Del Reverda-Jennings of FLAVA FRESH !


Tasha Beckwith
Josh Betsey
Derrick Carter
Matthew Cooper
LaShawnda Crowe Storm
Gary Gee
Mike Graves
Ess McKee
Tiffany Parker
Omar Rashan
Jamichael Kyng Pollard
Shayla Renee Williams
Shamira Wilson


Please join us for a First Friday reception, 6 to 9 p.m. March 3

Special thanks to Lilly Endowment Inc. for its support of Art & Soul since 1996 and to program partners Asante Art Institute, FLAVA FRESH !, Iibada Dance Co., and Indy Jazz Fest.

Image: Jamichael Kyng Pollard, Little Princess (detail) Oil, acrylic, resin, fire glaze stones

Thank you to our funders

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Indiana Arts Commission
Clowes Charitable Foundation