Junto del Pueblo are family nights where community members were able to record and paint their stories with the guidance of artists who co-facilitated the workshop and provided conversation, discussion questions, and art supplies. Gabrielle Garcia-Steib shot family photos then later conducted an interview with the OVNV team that offers perspective on their work and the future of our community.
Sol is a "grieving ritual for people living under surveillance in the 21st century" that has been exhibited in Orlando, Los Angeles, and New York City created by multimedia artist Xeena Ellison and edited by Liz Mputu.
Chimera, My Perfect Utopia, Killer Instinct, and the mural collective Time Is Money are all projects New Orleans artist Angel Perdomo has created. His graphic, colorful style has been shown in New Orleans, New York, and New Jersey.
Gavin Jones has exhibited a public mural for Ace Hotel, is a painter dealing with abstraction, and is also a bus-commuter candid portrait photographer.
This will be Bria Bethany Brown's first project directly engaging with the public outside of a gallery or market setting. She is a poetic drawer who concentrates on creatures, feelings, and text.
Devin Reynolds has titled the blend of both public and exhibition artwork below as Everyone's Favorite Black Surfer Until He's The Only Other Person On The Street And Its 11pm, Neo Nigga Dadda Supreme 99cents, The Mega Blow Out All Sales Final Liquidation, and Sentenced.