Visionary Grind Arts Collective will host "Visionaries," the debut exhibition for the 12-member collective, at Hardy & Nance Studios, 902 Hardy St., starting with an opening reception scheduled for 5-9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 27.
The art show is a dive into the minds of artists with a unique love for creating as well as an introduction to the collective of artists. The exhibit will hang in the gallery of Hardy & Nance Studios through March 7.
Visionary Grind Arts Collective was founded by Landis Anderson, who serves as its director, and includes Lupita Peralez-Garcia as operations director and Alex Carter as marketing director. The collective bills itself as a "cornerstone of creativity where Black and Brown artists and all lovers of art can engage and connect."
"Our mission is to enrich, strengthen, and elevate artists by serving as a support hub for emerging Black and Brown creatives in the Houston area," the collective said in a news release. "As a melting pot of resources, knowledge, and ideas, Visionary Grind Arts encourages community. Combining our unique talents, expertise, and artistic visions, we strive to influence and impact surrounding audiences with art-centered events and activities, the works we produce, and the services we provide."
For more information, visit https://www.visionarygrindarts.com of follow the collective on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/VisionaryGrindArts) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/visionarygrindarts).