There is room for everyone to eat. Setting the Table is an exhibition curated by the artist Tyrell Winston, selected from artwork by twenty-one artists in the PASC program. This show explores art as a form nourishment and the exhibition as a carefully crafted feast for the audience.
Affection is an act of self-expression. It can manifest in touches, looks, words, gestures, even creative acts, like singing a song or making an artwork. Affection conveys fondness (sometimes love); it promotes greater social connection and community. Each of the eleven artists in this exhibition invite the viewer to engage in an act of appreciation around a personal affection of their own.
Electric Relaxation is an exhibition featuring artworks by 15 artists who use creative and often unconventional means to explore abstraction through vibrant forms and concepts. In these pieces illuminating colors refresh the soul and emphasize repetitious and multi-layered mark-making techniques, while each share common poetics of visually stimulating characteristics. Like the A Tribe Called Quest song Electric Relaxation, the artworks in this exhibition inspire you to “keep bouncing”!
Liberty Realm is the inaugural exhibition in PASC’s Detroit Pop-Up Gallery featuring 32 artworks by 13 PASC artists from across all three PASC studios. This exhibition also marks the first gallery in Detroit dedicated to supporting artists with developmental disabilities and mental health needs, and the start of a five month exhibition partnership with The Vella Group.
This is PASC's first exhibition at the Art Gallery at City Hall in Westland, MI. This group exhibition brings 37 artists from all three of PASC’s in-person studios, with several artists exhibiting their artwork publicly for the first time.
The second in-person exhibition at the PASC Southgate Gallery, this exhibition features several artworks by three artists: Jirard Bond, Robert Duncombe and DeRon Hudson, who attend the PASC Southgate studio. This show exhibits the distinct styles emerging from these prolific artists after a year of participating in the PASC program.
Art is a Human Right is PASC's newest exhibition at Swords into Plowshares Peace Center and Gallery,
featuring more than 40 artworks by artists from all three PASC studios, working in a variety of mediums and styles,
This is the first in-person exhibition of artwork by artists in the Progressive Art Studio Collective (PASC). This exhibition represents a shift for the PASC artists, both as artists and as disabled people, from a position outside the artworld to a place inside.