November 20 - December 11, 2021
A multi-medium, art exhibition examining and uncovering the history and culture of indigenous people from the beginnings of America to now, through but not limited to its expression, persecution, language, spirituality, grief, and pride.
We are looking for artwork that explores the suffering & displacement of indigenous and African people and their heritage.
We are looking for artwork that acknowledges political and cultural climates involving/regarding indigenous and African people and their heritage.
We are looking for artwork depicting the intermingling of ancestral roots via colonization/migration and their contemporary state/influence and place in America.
We are looking for artwork that is inclusive of but certainly not limited to:
Native Americans, Taino, Puerto Ricans, Afro-Taino, Latino, Afro-Latino, Dominicans, Arawak, Inuit Culture, Mexican, Aztec, Inca, Quechua, Haitian, Hawaiian (Kanaka Maoli), Polynesian.
Inclusive of all mediums and perspectives! Some examples include but are not limited to:
Paintings, sculpture, jewelry, clothing & textiles, ceramics, photography, antiques, dolls, glasswork, writings, handmade instruments, taxidermy.
This is a Gallery Exhibition and not an Online, Virtual Exhibition.
Visit the Exhibit
House of Shadows Creative Gallery & Market
2101 W Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
For more information: (813) 773-4111
Tuesday - Friday: Noon - 5pm
Saturday: 10am to 3pm
NOTE: We will be closed on the following days:
November 25, 26, and 27.
- Apatx Latorre
- Clarita Scioscia
- Cynthia Castillo
- Erica Bryant
- Ernesto Blanco
- Marc Brechwald
- Margret Wilson
- M'ria Swire
- Nadine McDowell
- Richard Sele
- Robyn Crosa
- Soto Jose
- Tom Parker
- Vicente Castro Morales
- William Talenti