Nolite te Bastardes Carborundorum is the premiere solo show of artist Miriam Julianna Sutton. Inspired by protest after the election of 45, the artist uses image transfer and collage to cross the paths of protestors who have been pushing us toward a more perfect union since the founding of America.
Miriam Julianna works as a community Organizer in Paradise at Parkside NE DC where she teaches screen printing and skateboarding to the community’s youth. Born in rural Missouri, she is the daughter of an ex-amish mother and and an ex-felon father. Untrained in art, she first used art as a survival and now finds it necessary to continue creating.
Please join us this Friday for the opening of her first body of work. Friends (and future friends) are encouraged to wear monochromatic red, white, or pink to participate in a Galentine’s Day photo shoot.
This link is to RSVP only, a $5 entry fee will be collected at the door to support the space.