The CAC is excited to present "SOLOS:" Exhibitions and New Work Showcases by CAC Visual Artists-In-Residence, on view January 9, 2021 through April 25, 2021. Admission is FREE during Opening Weekend: January 9-10, 2021. Advance online reservations are required. Admission to "SOLOS" is included with reservations for "Make America What America Must Become," An Exhibition of Gulf South Artists. Tickets are available on a timed-ticketed basis to ensure COVID-19 social distancing protocols are followed. ABOUT THE EXHIBITIONS "DISPLACING Blackness: Cartographies of Violence, Extraction, and Disposability" by Shana M. griffin chronicles the afterlife of slavery through the institutionalization of racial and gender violence in spatial segregation and discriminatory policies designed to make black people disappear. "To the Farmhouse" by Sarah Hill is a stop-motion animated reclamation story that navigates the hostile relationship between Hill’s ordained mother and the artist’s transness. Emphasizing Hill’s thoughts and feelings, the work seeks to disrupt heteronormative timelines of familial patterns. "MATTER out of time by Ana Hernandez" -- painter, printmaker, and sculptor currently living and working in New Orleans -- features reflections on a re-centering of and return to Ways of Knowing. Learn more about the exhibitions and their artists at https://cacno.org/solos ABOUT CAC ARTIST RESIDENCIES The CAC's Artist Residency program is a pilot initiative that offers time, space, resources, and professional development opportunities for both visual and performing artists in New Orleans. The program operates across seasons as an embedded program of artist-led research that fosters the creation of new interdisciplinary work. Learn more at cacno.org.