Mildred Howard: Do We Have the Right to Remain Silent?SKU: PRNT106
Mildred Howard: Do We Have the Right to Remain Silent?
Print is 22'' x 22.''
Mildred Howard is an African-American artist known primarily for her sculptural installation and mixed-media assemblages. She is represented by Gallery Paule Anglim in San Francisco, California. Her work has been shown at galleries in Boston, Los Angeles and New York, internationally at venues in Berlin, Cairo, London, Paris, and Venice, and at institutions including the Oakland Museum of California, the de Young Museum, SFMOMA, the San Jose Museum of Art and the Museum of the African Diaspora.
Howard has also managed an art and communities program at the Exploratorium in San Francisco, California, has worked at Alameda County Juvenile Hall and in various Bay Area jails, and has served as a cultural ambassador to Morocco, where she gave a series of lectures sponsored by the U.S. State Department. She has taught at Stanford and Brown Universities, the San Francisco Art Institute, and the California College of the Arts.
This piece of art was selected to be part of the Justice Matters exhibit, a joint project of the Middle East Children's Alliance, Alliance Graphics and the Berkeley Arts Center. The exhibit was first exhibited in 2005 and includes the works of the following artists: Ayed Arafa, Jesus Barraza, Eric Drooker, Ala Ebtekar, John Halaka, Mildred Howard, Lisa Kokin, Rafik Majzoub, Toxqui Perez, Jackie Salloum, Josh Short, Christine Wong, Holly Wong, and Jos Sances.