ROHO Collective is a network for artists of color in the Twin Cities. We serve as a consolidated voice and platform for both emerging and professional artist of color by providing a place for artist and business development, professional growth, and programming. We take responsibility for ensuring our communities are educated about the value of the arts in our society, and we advocate for the arts both locally and nationally.
A collective is a group of entities that share or are motivated by at least one common issue or interest, or work together to achieve a common objective.
This weekend we will be presenting the best art and locally made goods from our community. Featuring artists and entrepreneurs of color.
Benefiting Hallie Q. Brown and ROHO Collective
With the murder of George Perry Floyd and events that followed that lead to the destruction of our city, we must begin to heal. We feel it is our responsibility as a creative collective to respond to the hurt and trauma of our community, city, state, and the nation. As we start to rebuild our dear Twin Cities, we must start by rebuilding our spirit, mind, soul, and bodies as we make collective efforts to move past this tragedy.
7/24 FRIDAY 10 AM-12 PM Kenneth Caldwell
7/24 FRIDAY 12 PM-2 PM Ron Brown
7/24 FRIDAY 2PM-4PM ChristopherAaron Deanes
7/25 SATURDAY 10 AM-12 PM Angela Davis
7/25 SATURDAY 12 AM-2 PM Sean G. Phillips
7/26 SUNDAY 2 PM Kids' Art
Martin Patrick 3
212 3rd Ave N Minneapolis
We welcome members who are serious about their art medium and art career and are working towards the goal of being a professional artist.
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Donna is multi-disciplined ceramic artist who began her art career in her youth as an apprentice at the Public Art Workshop. Though born visually impaired, she is able to create stunning works of art.
Donna is presently a BISQUE Resident at Northern Clay Center and a member of Community Art Center Artistry. Donna is a grant writer, and has recently been awarded two grants for the year 2020 - one with MRAC Next Step Grant and the other with Forecast Public Art Mini Grant: Project Hope Messages in a Bottle. Congratulations to Donna Ray for her achievements!