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Much more than a pretty face.


Serge Attukwei Clottey exhibited in "Conversations with Gee's Bend"

Yes, SJIMA exhibits beautiful works, but many with powerful messages, too.


Exhibitions emphasize our shared values, love of our special place and address social issues.

Robert Dash installing his FOOD FOR THOUGHT exhibition.

SJIMA’s exhibits make statements about climate change (FOOD FOR THOUGHT), plastic pollution of the oceans (PORTRAIT OF AN OCEAN), protecting fragile waters (LIMINAL CURRENTS), endangered species (DEEP DIVE), hoarding (STUFF), African American quilting traditions (CONVERSATIONS WITH GEE'S BEND) and women’s reproductive freedom (DOMESTIC BLISS).


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Donations are accepted securely online with bank fees covered by OICF.

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