Marching Across Your Lawn, The Grass is on Fire

A solo exhibition

April 22 – May 16, 2021

Amos Eno Gallery, 56 Bogart St., Brooklyn, NY

Amos Eno Gallery presents, Marching Across Your Lawn, The Grass is on Fire, an exhibition of new works by Rosemary Meza-DesPlas. A virtual exhibition tour and presentation will take place at 5:30 PM on Friday, April 23rd via Zoom followed by an opening reception from 6-9 PM at the gallery’s location on 56 Bogart Street in Brooklyn, NY. Meza-DesPlas’ current artworks are centered upon the act of marching: it is the simplest use of the physical body as a political force.

form & concept gallery

435 S. Guadalupe St., Santa Fe, NM

Spring 2021


Confronting the Fabric of Contemporary Textile Art

April 15 – May 28, 2021

The Untitled Space, 45 Lispenard Street, Unit 1W, NYC, NY

Reception: April 17 12 PM – 7 PM

Resilience, Resistance, Renovation, Rebirth

Northern Arizona University College of Arts and Letters Conference

Thursday, April 22 @ 10:00 AM – April 23 @ 3:00 PM

Art Rage Gallery, A Project of The Cora Foundation, Norton Putter Gallery

Presentation by Rosemary Meza-DesPlas on Thursday, April 22, 12:20 PM – 12:40 PM (Arizona time)

What a year? SARS CoV-2 has hit us hard and forced us into a new normal. What is this normal now in the sciences, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics? What has happened to your work, research, and lives that would not have happened without the interruption of the SARS CoV-2 virus? How was the pandemic a spark for innovation for that cultural change, poem, industrial design, theorem, performance, medical discovery or whatever you and your team have discovered?

Free event, Registration is open:

Deadlocked and Loaded: Disarming America

Curated by Karen Gutfreund

February 11 – April 18, 2021

Art Rage Gallery, A Project of The Cora Foundation, Norton Putter Gallery

505 Hawley Avenue, Syracuse, New York 13203

Deadlocked and Loaded: Disarming America is a “locked and loaded” conversation through art, showcasing art in all media that addresses the culture of violence, systemic racism, police brutality and gun issues in the United States—particularly in how it affects women and children and the lasting impacts. From a feminist perspective with work from self-identified female artists, how do we tackle the role gender plays in gun violence and the gun control debate in a time of pervasive toxic masculinity and the erosion of women’s rights? The works speak to issues that include gender, race, mental health, political affiliations, philosophical stances, remembrance and memorials, and access to and use of firearms in regard to the 2nd Amendment. Deadlocked and Loaded does not seek to provoke controversy with “shock art”, but rather to serve as a conduit to create a space where constructive conversation and healing is possible.

58th Annual Juried Exhibition

Masur Museum of Art

Juror: Kelli Morgan, Curator & Art historian

February 25 – May 8, 2021

Northeast Louisiana Delta African American Heritage Museum

1051 Chenault Park Road

Monroe, LA 

(There is a venue change due to damage at the Masur Museum of Art caused by a tornado in April 2020)

Resistance and Reimagination: Gender, Change, and The Arts

UW-Madison’s Women and Gender Studies Consortium

2021 Virtual Conference and Artist Exhibition

April 8-10, 2021