The Time is NOW @ Scope Lounge, Scope New York 2015, March 6 – 8, 2015, New York City


A Man Was Lynched Yesterday, 2010
Acrylic on Board, 32 x 40 in.
Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation, in partnership with SCOPE Art Show, is honored to present The Time is NOW. Coinciding with our 20th AnniversaryThe Time is NOW highlights 20 Rush Alumni contemporary artists who are addressing the issue of social injustice within the United States.  Through a variety of media including, sculpture, mixed media, photography, assemblage, drawing, printmaking, and video. The Time is NOW sheds light on the current events that plague our society.

Artists include

Derrick Adams |  Kimberly Becoat | Sanford Biggers | Michael Paul Britto

 Collin Chase | William Cordova | Brandon Coley Cox | Molly Crabapple

Sophia Dawson | Nicky Enright |  Stevenson Estime | Duron Jackson

Shani Jamila | Ann Johnson | Gautam Kansara | Coby Kennedy

Miguel Luciano | Christina Massey | Michael Mut | SolSax | Dread Scott

Stan Squirewell

The Time is NOW was inspired by the RESPOND exhibition at Smack Mellon in Dumbo, Brooklyn, NYC. After the recent verdicts regarding police brutality, Smack Mellon postponed a planned exhibition in order to respond to the continued failure of the United States to protect its black citizens from police discrimination and violence.

@SCOPE Lounge
639 W 46th St
New York, NY 10036
Fri | Mar 6 | 6PM – 10PM
Sat | Mar 7 | 11AM – 8PM
Sun | Mar 8 | 11AM – 8PM