Exhibiting Artists:
Suzanne Adan, Cheselyn Amato, Omar Thor Arason, Tavarus Blackmon, Mark Boguski, Angela Casagrande, The Cliterates, Nathan Cordero, Julia Couzens, Roma Devanbu, Ianna Frisby, Robin Hill, S.R. Jones, Pantea Karimi, Annell Livingston, Kris Lyons, Jeff Mayry, Robert Ortbal, Manuel Rios, Joanne Tepper Saffren, Kim Scott, Charles Seerey, Mike Stevens, Katie Thomas, Roger Vail, Galelyn Williams, Jiayi Young.

May 31 through June 30, 2018
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 31st from 5 – 8 pm
Live Music and refreshments  

Gallery hours:  Wed – Saturday 11 to 4 and by appointment

Inspired by the #METOO/TIMESUP movements and the affirming #WESAIDENOUGH statement made in Sacramento at the State Capitol in October 2017, this invitational exhibit is conceived as an artistic platform to discuss this historic revolution/evolution time in our culture. For too long the experiences of many have been kept secret due to the exploitive power of individuals who threaten the physical, economic and emotional wellbeing of the vulnerable. In response to this social earthquake, JAYJAY presents; #TIMES UP, BIG ISSUES SMALL PIECES, an exhibition that aims to support the fight to expose and end sexual harassment and abuse forever.

10% of profit from artwork sold will be split between the Times Up Defense Fund and the We Said Enough Equity fund.

For more information please contact:  Jeff Mayry  jeff@jayjayart.com

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