Current Gallery Exhibitions
UPCOMING EXHIBITION IN THE LOWER GALLERY:
Palestinians in Cambridge: Stories of the Diaspora
December 5, 2013 - January 24, 2014
Cambridge Bethlehem People to People Project presents an exhibit of photographic portraits by Phyllis Bretholtz and excerpts from interviews with twenty Palestinians and Palestinian-Americans living, working or studying in Cambridge concerning the formation of their identities based upon personal experience, that of their families, and the complex legacy of their Palestinian background.
Reception: Thursday, December 5, 2013, 6-8 pm
IN THE UPPER GALLERY:
A Glimpse of the African Diaspora
By Don West
October 25, 2013 – January 27, 2014
Photographer Don West explores the African Diaspora as reflected in the Cuban culture and seen through the eyes of its artists. The vibrancy of the people, the heat of the sun, the mix of mysticism, music and ancient wisdoms - all these elements come together in a photographic exhibition highlighting the exuberant zest that gives the Cuban culture its unique flavor.
Don West's career as a photographer has been based on a passion to capture the unique spirit of people at work, with their families and in struggle for what they belive. His editorial and documentary assognments have taken him throughout the United States, Latin Amrica, Africa, China, Europe and the Middle East.
" The Cuban’s spirit of humanity and joy of living is palpable, interlaced with the fierce politics of principle, and the very real struggles of overcoming the difficulties of daily life. This exhibit shares a mix of moments and impressions that give a glimpse into the deep African roots of this complex island." - Don West
Reception: Thursday, November 7, 2013, 6-8pm.
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To submit work for consideration for an exhibition in one of our galleries, please follow submission guidelines on our Call to Artists page under Visual Artists.