Trans-cendent: The T is not Silent

Trans-cendent: The T is not silent

Trans-cendent: The T is not Silent
On view March 6 - 28; Closing reception is Friday, March 27, 5-9 PM

Trans-cendent: The T is not Silent features Mac McCusker’s ceramic figurative sculptures, as well as two collaborative projects, that examine inequality, prejudice, and fear of otherness surrounding the LGBTQIA community. This exhibit is part of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) 2020 conference, MULTIVALENT: Clay, Mindfulness, and Memory, wherein thousands of ceramicists and interested parties will convene in Richmond, Va. Mar. 25-28. Their 2020 annual exhibition is The Burdens of History. Learn more at

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The Iridian Gallery

The mission of The Iridian Gallery at Diversity Richmond is to foster lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer+ artists and their community by exhibiting their art, as well as work that relates to their experiences. The Iridian Gallery seeks to position the gallery and its exhibitions as a vital constituent of Greater Richmond’s vibrant arts culture.

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Past Exhibits

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