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RAM GALLERY AND EMERGENCE ARTS PRESENT GONE

RAM Gallery (Renate Albertsen-Marton Gallery) and Emergence Arts cordially invite you to celebrate RAM Gallery's first group show since COVID restrictions have been lifted, as we take the first steps toward a new way of life, and how we fit into the world.

Titled GONE, this call will challenge you, the artist, to take us on a journey of what it means to occupy space in today's times after a fearful pause. Gone is the absence of and within space. Gone is the speed and violence. Gone, out from the darkness as a lighthouse offers safe passage, communities once again can be led toward the soulful emergence of new Art to RAM Gallery.

Come see new works by Duke Asidere, Tyler Pruyn, and Margaret Stolte; their artistic vision guides us back home, back to self.

Emergence Arts is a small, but rapidly growing collective of artists excited to support and mentor each other in any area possible, as well as pursue their passions of producing and showcasing their art without apology or fear, with as much support as can be provided, in a safe space always.

RAM Gallery (Renate Albertsen-Marton Gallery) has served as a community art center and Gallery since 2001. It has featured a diverse community of local Brooklyn Artists as well as International.

884-886 Pacific St. Brooklyn, NY 11238

Opening Reception: Friday, November 12, 2021 7:30 P.M.

Closing Reception: Friday, January 28th, 2022 6:00 P.M.

 

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The event is FREE!

 

However, please consider making a donation which will be split between all the participants who have put a tremendous amount of work into this show and many more to come. Any donation that comes to Emergence Art is put right back into events, submissions, installations, exhibitions, and markets (to name a few things) for artists to thrive at little to no cost to them. It allows me to offer free drawing and painting events, as well as buy and bring supplies for participants. It opens doors and gives people reason and hope.

 

Thank you for Supporting Living Artists!