The RSVP Gallery family mourns the loss of George Floyd, and every other life taken at the hands of the police. We condemn the continued failure to arrest and hold accountable all police officers who were responsible for their deaths. We support and stand with our brothers and sisters who have taken to the … Continue reading Protest Resources & Donation Info
Look book for Lupe Fiasco’s Spring/Summer 2010 Collection entitled Basic Info. The collection expresses three ideals, Peace, History, and Anarchy, all of which are reflected in this video.
RSVP Gallery recently sat down with artist Nikko Washington to discuss his upbringing in Hyde Park, his initial forays into art, working with fellow artists (many of which are his close friends) as well as his current work and future plans. Read the full interview below and check out his new works for sale … Continue reading Q+A with Nikko Washington
“MAKE fitness fun, CULTIVATE a community of active women, UNITE + EMPOWER women through fitness, FLIP the ingrained negative perceptions that sweat holds, TRAIN future health leaders, FIGHT childhood obesity, and LAUNCH careers for the next generation of health journalists and media professionals,” reads the mission statement of PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT. Founded in … Continue reading PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT
Founded in 2015 by Permanent Wave and Dos Global, Product品 (pronounced Product or Product House) is an American multidisciplinary creative studio and clothing brand. With a heavy emphasis on cut-and-sew garments and locally-sourced production, the brands’ striking graphics and unique construction represent the founders’ personal journeys and experiences. Read more below and stay tuned for … Continue reading Product品
To emphasize and celebrate KNOWLEDGE, the first iteration in our “Power” series, here is a list highlighting several important works on race and power in America Books: How to Be an Antiracist, Ibram X. Kendi “Ibram X. Kendi’s concept of antiracism reenergizes and reshapes the conversation about racial justice in America–but even … Continue reading Knowledge is Power: Suggested Literature & Readings
The Emancipation Proclamation didn’t end slavery. The end of the Civil War didn’t end slavery. But an order issued in Texas by a Union general on June 19, 1865, did. We call that day Juneteenth and we celebrate it every year. But this year isn’t like most years. This year we’ve seen weeks of protests … Continue reading Juneteenth by Ben & Jerry’s