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Some faces are hard to forget, but you have to see them first. When we pass someone on the street who is obviously carrying everything they have on their back, our first impulse is often to turn away. Is it because you don’t want to embarrass that person? Or because you feel uncomfortable? It may …

“MOMENTS & MEMORIES”: Images such as those of artist Tim Dill are included in “The Mark and the Memory” exhibition, on display until September 17 at the James Kerney Campus Gallery on the Mercer County Community College campus in Trenton. The James Kerney Campus Gallery (JKCG) at Mercer County Community College (MCCC) now presents “The …

‘In the Vernacular’ highlights the splendor of everyday life The Oklahoma History Center’s “In the Vernacular” exhibit features photos of ordinary people doing original, everyday things. Sarah Phipps and Addison Kliewer, Oklahoman Scenes range from a traveling performer doing a backbend and a pair of nuns chilling out to a Santa Claus arguing over a …

“Leslie Feinberg: Projected Indoors, Viewing Photo Exhibition on People with Disabilities,” on display at ArtRage Gallery, pays homage to the life and work of an individual who was a trans activist, historian, author of seven books, and who lived from 1949 to 2014. By 2008, Feinberg was struggling with severe long-term Lyme disease. Indeed, the …

Renee Rodriguez holding a piece from her tribute piece Pulse (photo by Alex Rosa for OutSmart magazine). FIne-art photographer Renee Rodriguez was having breakfast on the morning of June 12, 2016, when a news bulletin crossed the television screen of her tiny Galveston apartment. The gruesome report was the first account of the Pulse nightclub …