June 14-July 15


898 Walnut St, Cincinnati, OH 45202

April 19-April 30


Findlay Market
1801 Race St, Cincinnati, OH 45202

February 17 – March 1

(closed on weekends)


Tangeman University Center Atrium
2766 UC Main Street, University of Cincinnati

March 4 – March 25


The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County- Downtown
800 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202

September 5–11


Reverb Art + Design Gallery
130 W Court Street, 2nd  Fl.
Gallery Hours: weekdays, 10am–4pm, or by appointment

September 5, 6–8:30pm

Pop-Up Opening Reception and Archiving Activism Project Panel 
featuring Dr. J.T. Roane and Dr. Anjali Dutt in conversation with activists Heyra Avila and Dr. Carolyn Mazloomi

September 8, 4–5:30pm

Welcome Project Workshop (limited space, RSVP required)

Join women from The Welcome Project, a social enterprise and makerspace for and by the refugee and immigrant women of Cincinnati, to learn the art of needle-felting. For the past two years a group of women refugees and immigrants have been meeting  to process, dye, and felt alpaca wool, sourced locally from Tikkun Farm. Now we’d like to share this fascinating process with you! During this workshop you will learn about the process of harvesting and carding wool and how it is processed and dyed. Then you’ll get to try your hand at needle felting your own creations. You will be given the opportunity to work with many color options of wool to make a small item – an applique, an ornament, a piece of jewelry – whatever you think up! You will also have the opportunity to purchase and decorate wool dryer balls if you would rather take home something more finished and immediately useful.

September 8, 5:30–8pm

Weekend Gallery Hours

September 16–19


Tangeman University Center Atrium
2766 UC Main Street, University of Cincinnati

Please join us on Tuesday, September 18 at 3pm for a discussion of the exhibit and activism with members of our campus community. Ariel Shaw, Brittany Bibb, Anjali Dutt, JT Roane, and Stephanie Sadre-Orafai will describe their roles in the exhibit and the value of projects that amplify the voices of women of color.