change the world.
“If not us, then who? If not now, then when?” – John Lewis
Photo Credit: Joshua Windsor
the power of art in the service of justice and equality
Art Against Racism is creating an international community of bold creatives, arts administrators, community organizations and activists dedicated to anti-racist social change.
Our Big goal
Art Against Racism’s goal is to make equity and justice real and lasting for Black and brown people in the U.S. and around the world .
CALL FOR ART
MANIFESTING BELOVED COMMUNITY 2024
GARDENING ANGEL by JAMIE GREENFIELD
Art Against Racism and West Windsor Arts Council, (both 501(c)(3) organizations), invite artists to submit artwork for “Manifesting Beloved Community” a juried exhibition of work exploring the relationship of community health with race, racism, and efforts to create an antiracist society.
“Manifesting Beloved Community” invites artists to visualize what it means to create or live in a nation or world designed around social and economic justice beyond the ills of structural racism
JUROR – Leslie King-Hammond (born 1944) is an American artist, curator and art historian who is the Founding Director of the Center for Race and Culture at the Maryland Institute College of Art, where she is also Graduate Dean Emeritus.
About Our Art Collections
Art Against Racism’s art collection consists of galleries from our various exhibitions, projects and collaborations.
The growing Memorial.Monument.Memorial collection is housed in four distinct galleries. The Main Artists’ Gallery consisting of videos of artists and communities creating and sharing their work; The Memorial and Monument Visual Culture Gallery of public and private art; The Movement Photography Gallery of artistic images of people resisting injustice and oppression in countless ways; and the Livestream Launch Gallery with the video of the exhibition’s virtual opening.
CHECK OUT OUR Amazing ART, VIDEOS AND ARTISTS
FEATURED MAIN GALLERY VIDEOS
In The Press
Jesse North and Dave Tavani of Discover Jersey Arts talk to co-chairs of the Memorial. Monument. Movement exhibition, Rhinold Lamar Ponder and Judith Brodsky, about mounting a social justice art exhibit during a pandemic.