A virtual viewing of “Politically Charged” a gallery exhibit at Blue Line Arts featuring political-themed work by over 50 American artists.
Mon, October 12 / 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Join us for a special virtual viewing of “Politically Charged” a gallery exhibit at Blue Line Arts that features political-themed work by over 50 artists from all over the United States. This diverse show is scheduled at Blue Line Arts every 4 years to coincide with the general election in order to highlight important political perspectives through a variety of art mediums from paintings and photography to sculptures and installations. This national call for artists was juried by Kimberli Gant, Ph.D the Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art at the Chrysler Museum in Norfolk, VA. This exhibition will be on display at Blue Line Arts starting October 2nd through November 14th, 2020. If you are interested in experiencing this show in person, the gallery is open Tuesday-Saturday from 11am-5pm and admission is free for the public.
Following the virtual exhibit tour, we invite you to join us for a Live Q&A with some of the artists featured to discuss their inspiration, creative process and meaning behind their work.
Blue Line Arts
Blue Line Arts is a nonprofit arts center and gallery located in the heart of downtown Roseville with a mission to create a vibrant community through the arts. The gallery showcases the works of regional and national artists, while engaging the community through arts programming and events such as artist lectures, workshops and classes for all ages, public art projects and more. To support a full creative life for all, Blue Line Arts commits to championing policies and practices of cultural equity that empower a just, inclusive and equitable nation.
bluelinearts.org • @BlueLineArts
This event is part of Design Week Sacramento 2020, covering the theme of Design & Politics.
All donations will fund Design Sacramento’s newest initiatives, Youth & Emerging Designers and Improving Our Workforce. Both initiatives are aimed at fostering a more inclusive design community and providing support to area designers impacted by COVID-19.