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Thresholds: Opening Reception

  • Thursday
    May 18, 2023
    7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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© Photo by Dominic Benson, 1st place prize winner


An exhibition exploring our changing relationships with our streets and one another.

Opening reception on Thursday, May 18, 7-8 pm PST, 2023
A virtual experience

FREE. Please RSVP tickets below. Suggested Donation HERE


Selected artists

1st Place: Dominic Benson Landes
2nd Place: Michael Lynch
3rd Place: Eric Anderson

Eric Anderson , Julie Berson, Dominic Benson Landes, Robert Bonk, Wendy Connett, Dennis Church, Sarah Dinnick, Michael Eugster, Danielle Goldstein, Judy Herman, Michael Honegger, Ray Koh, Paul Kausik, Kimberly Keller, Georgia Lloyd, Michael Lynch, Suz Lipman, Joanna Madloch, Patrick O’Brien, Ralph Nelson, Torsten Schumann, Carl Shubs, Todd Stern, Karen Safer and Edwin Umana


In the wake of the pandemic era, faced with tumultuous global political upheavals and threats brought about by economic disparities and the climate crisis, can we offer new pathways into personal stories, moments and experiences in public spaces? Thresholds will outline a panoramic view of global street photography at a moment when the mere idea of public spaces has been radically shifted.

Covid forced us into isolation and separation from one another while paradoxically opening up our homes and providing us with direct access to countless cities through our devices. Between this micro-locality and expanded globalization, Thresholds seeks to explore our changing relationships with our streets and one another: how do we choose where to turn our look, how do we capture others and how do we allow ourselves to be seen? This virtual exhibition investigates access to our spaces, how we reconnect in public settings, and in the wake of Covid, what has changed in our vision of the world.

The Juror 

In 2009, Angela Bryant founded Abryant Gallery, an art consultation service and rotating contemporary art gallery for young/new and emerging artists. She has since curated several exhibitions, participated as both a juror and panelist, exhibited over 100 artists and installed 40 exhibits.

Although she was featured in Chicago Magazine as one of “Six Young Art Curators You Should Know” Angela is a practicing artist. She is the recipient of several awards and honors and holds an MFA from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago. Angela has completed several murals over the years ranging from children’s room motifs to large scale outdoor murals. Her latest on-going project is for a public art commission with Western Illinois University. Bryant won the RFQ to design the terrazzo floor of the new Performing Arts Center.

Angela Bryant has served as an adjunct professor, an independent curator, guest lecturer at multiple institutions, and is the co-founder of MOUNT Curatorial Residency. She has also written contemporary art essays and has been published twice. For three years, Angela was the Director of Exhibitions for O’Connor Art Gallery at Dominican University where her programming highlighted the work of both emerging and established artists in two-person and group exhibitions. She is currently the managing director of ROSEGALLERY in Santa Monica, California.

The Tickets

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