A Collaborative Protest Art Exhibition
Raising Hands and Voices is a collaborative exhibition organized by students and faculty at the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) and the Maryland Institute College of Art  (MICA). The exhibition, which is planned to coincide with the fourth annual CCBC Africana Studies Independent Film Festival, will include artwork addressing the themes of racial profiling, police violence, and tension between the police and the Baltimore community. These issues are explored in the film Profiled, which will be featured in this year’s film festival. The purpose of the Raising Hands and Voices exhibition is to increase awareness of systematic inequalities in policing that affect communities of color while bringing the experiences of victims of police violence, who are often unacknowledged, from the margin to the center.
For more information contact Professor Michelle Diane Wright at mwright3@ccbcmd.edu or Professor Nina Brown at nbrown2@cccbcmd.edu 
Maryland Institute College of Art - MICA
Fox 2 Gallery
March 26 – April 2, 2018

Community College of Baltimore County - CCBC
Dundalk Gallery 
April 23—27, 2018 
Exhibition Reception and Artist Talks
Monday, April 23rd  from 1:00-3:00 PM
The Gallery at CCBC Dundalk -  7200 Sollers Point Road, Baltimore, MD 21222
Ashlin Arnold
Alanna Berman
Elena Brunner
Titus J. Burrell
Jerrell Gibbs
Nico Hansford
Justice Lanclos
Murjoni Merriweather
Nickolas Potts
Michelle Diane Wright




"Korryn Gaines" by Michelle Diane Wright

"No Justice, No Peace" by Elena Brunner

"“The, I swore to protect and serve starter kit" by Jerrell Gibbs