Black Histories, Future Visions

  • Friday, Feb. 26 - Sunday, Feb. 28, 2021
  • Recurring daily
CAMP Rehoboth
37 Baltimore Avenue
Rehoboth Beach, DE
  • Price: Free
  • Phone: 302-227-5620

CAMP Rehoboth is focusing on equity and inclusion in artist representation all year long. “Black Histories, Future Visions” brings attention to the talent of black artists and the fullness of black humanity. There is an opportunity to tell the stories that need to be told. It is these stories the artists have highlighted in “Black Histories, Future Visions.” Aaron Paskins’ unique wall hangings offer a glimpse into African American ideas and knowledge of their heritage. The practice of quilting lives on with Ann B. Martin, who uses machine and hand stitching, along with glued and incorporated items, to create her “art of FABRIC-ing.” During graduate school, Guy Miller made the dramatic shift to a three-dimensional focus. His works feature his renditions of African American superheroes and begs the question “Why were African American superheroes excluded from such products?” Olaive Jones’ art continues to evolve as an expression of who she is and how she sees the world around her in response to social and political conditions. Tina Witke is an 18-year-old high school student whose favorite mediums are combinations of watercolor and colored pencils. Her artwork is a representation of culture and awareness. At SeanCorey Gallery, the duo of Sean Hueber and Corey Wheatley, have worked together for 30 years to create a broad range of art. Branches, sticks, and logs are transformed into art pieces that look like animals and people moving in time and space. Email to schedule an appointment to tour “Black Histories, Future Visions.”