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Photo courtesy of Brian Ellison

As a participating space with FotoFest Biennial 2022, the San Jacinto College Central Gallery will present the work of Houston-based artist Brian Ellison and his work, "Dear Black boy."

Ellison is a philanthropist, photographer, cinematographer and conceptual visual artist who believes there is no limit to self-expression and that art is a universal language that can be the catalyst for healing. Through his lens, Ellison documents the everyday Black experience such as gentrification's impact on historical communities, under-publicized Black love and camaraderie, parenthood, racial injustice in the education system, and the persistent courage of Black women and men.

The San Jacinto College Central Campus Art Gallery is located in Building C4-119.

As a participating space with FotoFest Biennial 2022, the San Jacinto College Central Gallery will present the work of Houston-based artist Brian Ellison and his work, "Dear Black boy."

Ellison is a philanthropist, photographer, cinematographer and conceptual visual artist who believes there is no limit to self-expression and that art is a universal language that can be the catalyst for healing. Through his lens, Ellison documents the everyday Black experience such as gentrification's impact on historical communities, under-publicized Black love and camaraderie, parenthood, racial injustice in the education system, and the persistent courage of Black women and men.

The San Jacinto College Central Campus Art Gallery is located in Building C4-119.

As a participating space with FotoFest Biennial 2022, the San Jacinto College Central Gallery will present the work of Houston-based artist Brian Ellison and his work, "Dear Black boy."

Ellison is a philanthropist, photographer, cinematographer and conceptual visual artist who believes there is no limit to self-expression and that art is a universal language that can be the catalyst for healing. Through his lens, Ellison documents the everyday Black experience such as gentrification's impact on historical communities, under-publicized Black love and camaraderie, parenthood, racial injustice in the education system, and the persistent courage of Black women and men.

The San Jacinto College Central Campus Art Gallery is located in Building C4-119.

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San Jacinto College
8060 Spencer Hwy.
Pasadena, TX 77505
https://www.sanjac.edu/

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