2017

Carol Rashawnna Williams Teaches EcoArt Mono-Print Art Classes at Coyote Central 

Based on the book by David Wade, Li: Dynamic Form

 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1904263542/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

August 2017

http://www.coyotecentral.org/

April 29, 2017:                             INFO

Carol Rashawnna Williams & Camella Cooper to Co-Facilitate 

Climate Warrior Mask Making and Play Based Workshop

Come Find & Articulate

YOur Environmental Passion thru the Art of Mask Making and Interactive Art Based Play Activites

2017

ARTifACTS Artist Collaborative members: Visual Artists: Carol Rashawnna Williams, Beverly Naidus, Play Wright: Edward Mast & Play Based Artists: Camella Cooper and Mattheiu Hamilton launches an interactive art installation at 2017 Art Rising

May 2017

http://www.sluchamber.org/art-rising

2017

Visual Artist Carol Rashawnna Williams Exhibits at City of Seattle's Ethnic Heritage Gallery in Group Show 

 

April 12 - July 10, 2017

Opening Reception April 13, 2017

http://www.seattle.gov/ethnicartgallery/about-us

2017

Carol Rashawnna Williams Teaches Hit The Streets at 

Coyote Central

Topic Content: 'What does HOME mean to You?'

July  2017

http://www.coyotecentral.org/

2017

Artist Carol Rashawnna Williams to Exhibit Group Show at Phinney Gallery

May 2017

 http://www.phinneycenter.org/artwalk/

2017

Carol Rashawnna Williams with Beverly Naidus

Conducts/Facilitates  I am Not Your Negro Movie conversation in Tacoma, WA

March 2017

2017

Carol Rashawnna Williams Co-Founder of Race & Climate Justice

March Event: 

March 27 2017

Interactive event with guests Sameer Randade and Rashad Barber from the Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy.

We hope to see you there!

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Equity in Washington’s Carbon Tax Proposal
Monday March 27th
6:00-8:30 pm 
King St Center, 201 S Jackson St, 8th floor conference room

Come learn about the proposed carbon tax legislation HB 1646 from guest speakers from the Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy, in an interactive space with openings for your stories, suggestions, and questions. We look forward to you joining us in this process.
“This comprehensive bill addresses carbon pollution while creating jobs, investing in clean energy, and positioning WA state to be a leader on climate change”.

Understanding and talking about HB 1646 and the complimentary Senate Bill 5509 to as many people in our lives as possible, gives us the chance to support the women, children and men most affected by climate change. We lend our support to ensure that the voices most often silenced by the effects of racism are heard and at the center.

Free! Donations will be accepted to cover costs.

TICKETS: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2880319

2017

Carol Rashawnna Williams Teaches African Mask Making at Seattle Public Schools with 4th and 5th Graders

Feb 2017

2017

Carol Rashawnna Williams & Beverly Naidus teach Highly Engaged Art Workshop

 January 8th, 1-3 pm.

 

 

Breaking Stereotypes/Redefining Identity

 

In this workshop, participants will be making transformational masks. We will look at how identities can be shaped by dominant culture through systemic and structural forms of oppression. We will talk about how the media, education and other institutions can shape stereotypical thinking. We will look at art that confronts those stereotypes and deconstructs them. We will offer the participants the opportunity to explore the stereotypes they've encountered about their own cultural backgrounds and encourage them to re-envision new ways of thinking about identity through the mask making process.

 

Materials will be provided. Pre-registration is encouraged but not required. The workshop is free. Sunday, 1-3 pm, January 8th.

 

Bio for Beverly Naidus.

Beverly Naidus has been subverting within academia, museums and public space for most of her adult life. She likes to stir things up via art, writing, face-to-face improvisations and online interventions. She chooses contexts where difficult questions can be raised, vulnerable stories can be shared and connections can be made. She's a member of the colllective, ARTifACTs.  She's created innovative, interdisciplinary studio art curriculum and teaching art for social change at UW Tacoma for the past 13 years. For more information about her work, go towww.beverlynaidus.net

Bio for Carol Rashawnna Williams.

Founder of K-Love 4 Art Young Leaders Art Apprenticeships and co-founder of Race & Climate Justice graduated from Mount Tahoma High School from a military family in Tacoma Wa, attained her BA in Advanced Studio Arts from the Evergreen State College and a MA in Organizational Systems Renewal from Seattle Antioch. A visual artist of the pacific NW for nearly 20 years her art is in collections with city of Seattle, and has exhibited at NW African American Museum, Jacob Lawrence Gallery and EMP. Her work is inspired by race and climate justice. She conducts workshops, classes, speaking engagements and holistic approaches that utilize art as a tool for positive change in business, education and for environmental stewardship. Website: 

 

http://klove4art.wixsite.com/c-rashawnna-williams/news

http://www.tacomaartmuseum.org/event/30-americans-free-community-festival/

2017

GROUP EXHIBIT - ONYX ANNUAL

Carol R Williams Exhibits NEW 4 part series 'Extinction of the Black Woman' and the 'Forest: Extinction of Species' Large Mono-Print Installation at the newly renovated King Street Station through Onyx Fine Arts 12th Annual Exhibit.

Opening Reception: Sunday January 8, 2017 1-4pm MORE INFO

2016

Commissioned by Seattle Times Newspaper

to create a Halloween pumpkin. Carol's work was selected out of 8 artists commissioned to appear on the front cover of the Seattle Times 2016 Halloween Arts & Culture section of the newspaper. 

http://www.seattletimes.com/entertainment/visual-arts/pumpkins-as-art-seattle-artists-put-their-own-spin-on-jack-o-lanterns/

2016

CRW Interviewed by Sessions of SHE

Sessions of She brings creative women, and their fans, together across artistic genres via showcases, interviews, and community involvement.

https://www.facebook.com/sessionsofshe/

2016

GAGE Academy of Art

Large Scale Mono-Prints at the Capital Hill Site

Explore the age old art of mono-printing (the oldest form of printmaking) with a new contemporary twist. In this class, students will learn to use brayers, acrylic paint and black paper to create amazing works of original art.

http://www.gageacademy.org/tas/

2016

Race & Climate Justice

Carol Rashawnna Williams

Co-Founder of Race & Climate Justice Facilitates Global Stories of Environmental Impact 

MORE INFO: https://www.facebook.com/RaceAndClimateJustice/?ref=bookmarks

2016

Young Leaders Art Apprenticeship

The Launch of K-Love 4 Art's Young Leaders Art Apprenticeship in collaboration with the City of Seattle's Youth Employment

http://klove4art.wixsite.com/klove4art

2016

Auction Event

Donates commissioned artwork to Coyote Central Annual Auction

August & September of 2016

SOLO ART SHOW

Exhibition at the Georgetown Arts & Cultural Center

First Solo Show in 3 years!

 

Exhibits NEW large scale mono-print, work that explores Race, Climate and Social Justice. Georgetown Arts & Cultural Center has become a fertile ground for artists to create, teach and  become active agents within the Georgetown community.  Presently the Center houses 17 professional artists and hosts special events and gallery openings.  The Center participates in the Georgetown Art Attack/Artwalk every 2nd Saturday  from 6-9pm.

 

5809 1/2 Airport Way S.
Seattle WA, 98108
(206) 851-1538

 

More INFO: http://www.georgetownartcenter.org/

 

2016

Seattle Design Festival

Carol Rashawnna Williams

Collaborates to address topics of homelessness, temporary housing, and art as pop-up housing built in the tradition of indigenous long homes

2016

Univeristy of Washington, Tacoma Campus

Carol Rashawnna Williams

Facilitates Diversity in Action, an art engaged workshop

2016

Coyote Central at Sierra Summit High School

Carol Rashawnna Williams

Teaches Large Scale Mask Making

2016

Tashiro Kaplan Poster/Flyer Design

In collaboration with TK artist designs Open House Posters

2016

Family Day Seattle Art Museum Sculpture Park

Carol Rashawnna Williams designs interactive art installation for Women of Color Speak Out event 

'Fishing Net - Explores Environmental Impacts'

K-Love 4 Art is having a party to celebrate the

Grand Opening of the new Studio Gallery Space

August  4 & 5, 2016

---- GRAND OPENING ----

K-Love 4 Art's

#EquityStudio302

          Tashiro Kaplan Artist Lofts Lofts

Day 1:

8/4/16: Opening Day

6-8pm - Free Mono-Print Class

Learn the fine art of Mono-print &

make your own unique piece of artwork

8-10pm Studio Gallery Open

for Viewing with

Guest Artist Exhibit

6 -10pm - First Thursday Open Studio

Day 2:

8/5/16: Celebration Day

6-7pm - Guest Artist & Cultural Agent

1 on 1 Interview

7-9pm - Studio Gallery Open for Viewing with Guest Artist Exhibit
9-Midnight (or until its over!) Party Celebration & other Art Events

 
Come Celebrate with us in our amazing new space and our Newly Acquired 501c3 Status!
Donations Gladly Accepted

MORE INFO TO COME!

July 18 - August 4, 2016

Coyote Central with Hit The Streets

Carol Rashawnna Williams

Teaches Large Scale Mask Making

Masks featured UMOJA Parade 2016

Fridays - June 2016

BAM (Bellevue Art Museum)

Teen Classes thru Gage Academy

Carol Rashawnna Williams

Teaches Printmaking & Textile Design

More Info:

http://www.bellevuearts.org/calendar/event/tac_workshops.html

July 12 thru September 28, 2016

UBANTU Group Art Show

Carol Rashawnna Williams

Exhibits at the

University of Washngton Tower

4th Floor

4333 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle, 98195

April 9, 2016

Featured Artist Carol Rashawnna Williams on the talk show radio - on the New Urban Unlimited which  broadcasts every Saturday from 1PM to 3PM on Alternative-Talk 1150 KKNW (on your AM dial) or www.1150kknw.com With Art in the City hosted by Hiawatha D.

 

April 2016 CRW Presents at Seattle Middle College on

Art, Race & Climate Justice

 

Carol Rashawnna Williams explores art, race and climate justice with High School students at Seattle Public Schools MiddleCollege.  Presentation commissio ned by Art Teacher Elaine Simmons https://www.facebook.com/elaine.simons.9?pnref=friends.search

Feb 2016 CRW Accepted & Juried into the New York Art.com

 

is dedicated to the marketing and promotions of a jury selected group of living artists using today’s marketing technologies. (iPhone Apps, dedicated top city group websites – URL, social media, extensive email marketing, top search engine placement such as google). They provide artist reception / event information and directions (GPS) map to all 800 galleries in New York City. Collectors have the opportunity to purchase art work  from this website and iPhone APP or direct from the artist’s studio (and or) galleries from New York City.

Thousands of artists have applied to NewYorkART.com™ before its Launch in 2013 and only the top selected artists have been accepted into the New York Art Group™. New York Art.com has experienced fine art consultants and professionals.  Over 4,000 artists have applied to New York ART Group™ and only a select few have been accepted.

Feb 2016 - Artwork on Display

Oynx Gallery, 2407 1st Ave in Belltown Seattle, WA

February 1 - March 1, 2016

Featured Artist at the Experience Music Project  http://www.empmuseum.org/

Sound Alley  Gallery

February 11- April, 2016: Portland, OR

Edith Green Wendell Wyatt Federal Building Gallery

August 1 - September 4, 2015

University of WA Jacob Lawerence Gallery

Onyx Fine Arts Exhibition at the University of Washington Jacob Lawrence Gallery. 

EXHIBIT DATES: August 1 through September 4, 2015 

ARTISTS RECEPTION: August 9, 2 - 5 PM in the University of Washington Jacob Lawrence Gallery located in the UW Art Building room 132
.

More INFO

August 1, 2015

Carol Exhibits in The Art of the City at Tashiro Kaplan Lofts in Curated Show 'Black Lives Matter'

More INFO: 

Rarely on view this is your opportunity to view 'Evolution of the Soul' by artist Carol Rashawnna Williams on August 1, 2015 in Art of the City's

Black Lives Matter Exhibit

 

Evolution of the Soul: 

It takes a village to raise a child. To eat 1 fish given to you settles starvation, but to learn to fish brings on abundance for you and those around you.  What do we stand for as a nation, as an intricate part of a solution we created regarding both heritage and legacy?  Can we face our privilege,  assumptions,  and historical empirical legacy of consumption at any cost?

; cultures, the environment and human souls. Equity & legacy: evolution in action; Co existing with nature, the environment, ourselves and others. All lives matter, from infancy to generations in the future. Can we learn to swim the rivers of Race and climate justice which is at the heart of every single policy and decision made in this country, on thru to an ocean of equity for all?

Now is the time and truly anything is possible!

August 2, 2015

Closing Reception and Open Artist Studios at SPACE Gallery

NOW on Exhibit the Artwork of Carol Rashawnna Williams at 

The SPACE Gallery at Magnuson Sandpoint

Until August 1, 2015

Opening Reception: June 26, 2015 7-9pm

 

 

Gallery hours are variable, so please be sure to check back often for the latest news.

 

June 19 - August 2, 2015 

CRW Exhibits at the SPACE Gallery with artist Robert Horton

Current exhibit hours:
Thurday and Friday, 10 AM - 3 PM
and by appointment.


Walking a Mile: a Race to Humanity
an exhibit of works by
Carol Rashawnna Williams and Robert Horton


Magnuson Park Gallery

7448 63rd Avenue NE
Visit us  and the Officer's Club
(also open durng gallery hours)

 

More Info:

http://www.spaceatmagnuson.org/#!about/c15v1

 

August 1, 2015 thru January 2016  Carol Exhibits the Tree Mono Prints

Location: Our Redeemers     Ballard, WA

Get Your Tickets NOW!

2015 

Carol Rashawnna's Paintings

on Exhibit at 

The Whidbey Institute Climate Collaborative Conference

 

 

 

2015 

Carol Rashawnna's Williams

Speaks at

The Whidbey Institute Climate Collaborative Conference

On Art, Race and Climate Justice

 

 

 

2015 - City of Seattle Acquires 

Carol Rashawnna's Painting   'Seeped in Oil' 

 

 

On Exhibit

Friday October 24, 2014 5pm

 

'Drowning Merperson'

1997 Oil on Canvas

 

by Artist

Carol Rashawnna Williams

 

At GAGE ACADEMY OF ART on FRIDAY,

 Join the WAEA for a pre-conference party from 5p-6p to celebrate art teachers as artists exhibit at the Entry Gallery, followed by a wine and cheese reception. Directly after, join Gage teaching artists for free drawing and painting workshops from

6-8pm. Rejuvenate your inner artist through this night of celebrating teachers as artists!

Carol's Painting:

'Seeped in Oil'

Wins First Place

at 

WA State Convention and Trade Center 2014

Get out and view it along with other fabulous works of art 

You have til Jan 8, 2015!

Artist Carol Rashawnna Williams recieves the

2014 October

FEATURED ARTIST SPOTLIGHT:

 

2013

Marks a New Logo Moment for

K-Love 4 Art, llc

Check it out, Hope you like it too :)

2014 - February 1

Carol Rashawnna Williams of K - Love 4 Art, llc

 

Experience Music Project

Museum Exhibition

 

TICKETS Available at Brown Paper Tickets:

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/553684

 

FACEBOOK Page: 

https://www.facebook.com/throughtheeyesofart

 

Facebook

 “Through the Eyes of Art” Facebook page has event information as well as a link to the event page at Brown Paper Tickets.

Be sure to “Like” the Facebook page  to help spread the word about the event.

 

General Information

The following is a snippet of the general information pulled directly from the press release:

 

In celebration of Black History Month, The EMP Museum, Ezell’s Chicken and Brandkings are taking out time this February 1, 2014 to bring people together to reflect on the causes and effects of gentrification for an event titled “Through the Eyes of Art.”  The evening will feature an art exhibit, from local painters and photographers, a keynote address by Seattle City Councilmember, Bruce Harrell and a live performance and video presentation, from hip-hop artist Draze.

 

EVENT:                                 [removed]Through The Eyes of Art
DATE:                         [removed]           February 1, 2014 at 7:00pm (PDT) 
LOCATION:          The EMP Museum (JBL Theatre) - 325 5th Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
PERFORMERS:                   [removed]Draze, painters and photographers

GUEST SPEAKER:              Bruce Harrell, Seattle City Councilmember
TICKETS:               Admission is free but tickets must be from Brown Paper Tickets
MORE INFO:                      dra[removed]ze206.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Old LOGO

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Carol R Williams

Exhibits at Majestic Arts June 2013

& Greenwood Car Show June 29th

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