Kings + Queens: Beyond What Has Happened So Far

FebMar23 Art Soul Exh WebFor 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, 10+ artists explore themes of Black oppression, social conditioning, and resistance. The show is curated by D. Del Reverda-Jennings of FLAVA FRESH ! 



Please join us for these special events:

  • Art & Soul kickoff, 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3: Gallery 924 teams up with The Cabaret to showcase Black art and music through the theme of “Kings & Queens.” This open house-style event is free, but please RSVP
  • 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