Inside & Out Exhibition Spotlight: Karim Shuquem, Lesley Rae Burdick, and Edee Allynnah

For a deeper look at some of the incredible pieces in JAC’s inaugural online exhibition, Inside & Out: Photorealists to Minimalists, JAC spoke with featured artists Karim Shuquem, Lesley Rae Burdick, and Edee Allynnah. Amid growing calls for transformative justice and the abolition of our country’s criminal legal system, artists can play a unique role …

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Artist Spotlight: Troy Glover

by Isa Berliner, JAC Intern Troy Glover has always been a storyteller. He remembers entertaining his little league baseball team with ghost stories on rides home after games and writing poetic letters to the girls in his elementary school class. “That should have been a sign I sucked because I didn’t get a girlfriend until …

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Inside & Out Exhibition Spotlight: Sandra Miller and Cherie Hacker

For a deeper look at some of the incredible pieces in JAC’s inaugural online exhibition,  Inside & Out: Photorealists to Minimalists, JAC spoke with featured artists Sandra Miller and Cherie Hacker. Amid growing calls for transformative justice and the abolition of our country’s criminal legal system, artists can play a unique role in envisioning and implementing …

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Reflections from JAC’s Founding Director in Response to Anti-Asian Violence

In this moment of reckoning with the recent and ongoing incidents of violence and hate against Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, I find myself sitting with more questions than answers. I know I want to show up with open heart and mind, listening, seeing, with care and compassion. I know I can study, …

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