On Friday from 7 to 9 p.m., Rockville’s VisArts will host a reception for two thematically linked exhibitions. Upstairs in the Kaplan Gallery, you’ll find “Mixtopias,” a group show organized around the theme of hybrid identities (both cultural and personal). Curated by artist Fletcher Mackey, it will include work by Mequitta Ahuja -- whose art is now featured at the National Portrait Gallery -- as well as by Hoesy Corona, Hayoon Jay Lee, Joyce Yu-Jean Lee, Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann, Carolina Mayorga and Jennifer Tam.
Downstairs, in the storefront Gibbs Street Gallery, Mackey has created a site-specific installation called “Arc,” made in response to the changing demographics of communities such as Rockville.
You have chosen to submit a user review for possible removal by our editorial staff due to its offensive or inappropriate nature. Please confirm that you would like the review submitted for evaluation. If our editors find that the review does not fall within our user review guidelines, then it will be removed promptly.
The user review that you selected has been submitted for evaluation by our editors. It usually takes us about 5-7 days to evaluate a review.