The William Grant Still Arts Center organizes an annual thematic fall show.
Past shows include:
- 2019 – Legacy: Rocking the Nation (RTN), 30 Years of Creativity
- 2018 – Making the Divine from the Disposable: Teresa Tolliver
- 2017 – A Woman’s Place
- 2016 – Intersections: Valena Broussard Dismukes
- 2014 – Return of the Mecca: The Art of Islam and Hip-Hop
- 2013 – Tequio Aqui, Tequio Alla
- 2012 – Dragon’s Flight
- 2010 – Hell No! We Won’t Go!: 50 Years of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)
A wall showing artwork from members of RTN (Rocking the Nation) graffiti crew, from our 2019 fall exhibition Legacy: Rocking the Nation (RTN), 30 Years of Creativity curated by WGSAC staff and RTN crew member Aiseborn.
Above; An image from Teresa Tolliver’s solo show Making the Divine from the Disposable. Featured are several of Tolliver’s sculptures, which are constructed using reclaimed and found material.
Above; Jewel Thais-Williams stands next to her portrait at the opening of A Woman’s Place, an exhibition honoring the lives and legacies of five radical women of color (from left: Yuri Kochiyama, Jewel Thais-Williams, Angela Davis, Ericka Huggins, and Elizabeth “Betita” Martinez).