Oh, Snap. – an exhibition by Erin Kendrick

Please join me for the opening of, “Oh, Snap.,” my latest solo exhibition at Riverside Fine Arts Association on March 29, 2019, at 7:00 pm. The show will include new artwork and is paired with Riverside Fine Arts 25th Anniversary concert series, featuring a performance by esteemed string quintet Sybarite5. The exhibition opening begins at […]


Yellow House continues to foster its mission to connect art and action in its upcoming exhibit SUFFRAGE. The exhibit will spark civic engagement as it builds understanding of the importance of an informed vote on the issues that will drive us to the midterm polls. It is a moment to transform suffering and rage into […]

Lift Every Student

My cup runneth over. I am truly grateful for the opportunity to engage with the students, teachers, and staff at Brentwood Elementary School of the Arts. A heartfelt thank you goes out to Cathedral Arts Project, the Cultural Council of Jacksonville, Any Given Child Jacksonville and PNC Bank for every single moment of the 20 […]

Photobooth – an exhibition by Erin Kendrick

Please join us for the opening reception of Photobooth, an exhibition by Erin Kendrick, at the Heather Moore Community Gallery at the Cathedral Arts Project offices. The opening reception will include an interactive photobooth, as well as a panel discussion – Representation Matters: Branded Blackness – featuring several prominent black women from the Jacksonville community. […]

her own things. – the works of Erin Kendrick

Through paintings, installations, and a truly immersive experience ERIN KENDRICK makes visible her own lived experience of being black and female in America through the inspired lenses of writer, educator, and cultural critic bell hooks and the performative brilliance of Ntozake Shange and her “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is […]

Words of Encouragement!

Lift Every Student Residency update…The backing for the “Road to Safety Quilt” features 12×12 squares created by Brentwood Elementary parents and families. The squares are covered in encouraging words for the 1st Graders. The students painted patterns and images will be adhered to the squares. “Road to Safety” Quilt Project at Brentwood Elementary. 

Sew Exciting

Today we starting sewing together our “Road to Safety” Quilt that was inspired by the coded messages in old slave quilts. The 1st graders really enjoyed working together on this project. #ArtistinResidence #BrentwoodElementarySchooloftheArts #1stGrade #LiftEveryStudent #ArtsAddUp #HarrietTubman #MoxieMcGriff #superheroes @moreartculture @cathedralartsproject @eriniscreative.co