This month, a group of artists, many with ties to VCU, is showing works that explore themes of justice, fairness and the challenges of African-Americans in our society. They are sharing some of those works with the Cabell Screen for a special Black History Month exhibit. The Cabell Screen exhibit runs mornings throughout February and on Sunday afternoon Feb. 11, noon to 7 p.m. 

The local show was organized by artists, including Shantell Lewis, Evaline Jones, Virginia Tyack, Dare Boles, Anne Wrinn and Jennifer Yane.

Among the 37 artists participating in the show, many have ties to Virginia Commonwealth University. These include:

  • Richard Bargdill, faculty
  • Dare Boles, studied at VCU and has a daughter who is an alumma
  • Keith Michael Brown,  alumnus
  • Mary Ellen Bushey,  Former faculty
  • Larry “LPos” Davis
  • Constance de Bordenave
  • Cynthia Erdahl, alumna
  • Laura Heyward, alumna
  • Judy Holloway, alumna
  • Mitzi Humphrey, alumna and mother of three graduates
  • Sheryl Humphrey, alumna (at right)
  • Kelly Johnson
  • Evaline Jones, studied at VCU
  • Mary Kent
  • Jennifer Lee,  student
  • Shantell Lewis
  • Teresa Low
  • Shelley Lynn
  • Virginia McLaughlin-Mahone, alumna
  • Ellen Menard
  • Avon Miles, Sr.
  • Sandra Nye Moran
  • Anne Negus, alumna
  • Julie Noyes, daughter is an alumna and a VCU employee
  • Cheryl Phillips, alumna
  • Dorothy Rice
  • Margaret Rittenhouse
  • Gene Toutsi, Faculty and alumnus
  • Virginia Tyack, alumna
  • D’andre Washington
  • Jamie Weinstein
  • Johannah Willsey, spouse is an alumni
  • Dennis Winston, Faculty and took courses
  • Kellita Wooten
  • Anne Wrinn, alumna
  • Jennifer Yane, alumna
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