Dear Friends and Art Lovers,

It is officially fall, a season of change, and what better time for an exhibition all about change - changing your perspective, changing your comfort level, changing the way you relate to the world.

Changes wrought through personal reflection are at the heart of my upcoming solo show, Humanity Is Not A Spectator Sport, on view at Beacon Gallery November 5th, 2021 through January 17th, 2022.

The exhibition is intended to be both a deeply personal visual reckoning, but also a call to action, meant to encourage others to reflect and take action as well. To that end, we’ve built in many many ways to engage with this work and the ideas therein. I’ve outlined them below. In addition, I invite you to reach out personally to meet at the gallery or connect in some other way to dig into some difficult conversations.

Many many thanks to Beacon Gallery, JArts Boston, and everyone else who made this show possible.

Hope to see you there,


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Caron Tabb: Humanity Is Not A Spectator Sport, on view at Beacon Gallery November 5, 2021-January 17, 2022  Opening Reception: November 5th, 2021, 5-8pm 524B Harrison Ave Boston

Humanity Is Not A Spectator Sport

On View November 5, 2021 - January 17, 2022 at Beacon Gallery

Drawing heavily from core Jewish tenets and my Jewish identity, the conceptual mixed media works in Humanity Is Not a Spectator Sport offer a deep and intimately visual response to a deeply personal reckoning — a reckoning with my personal culpability as a privileged white woman in a deeply inequitable world. The collection aims to present both a self-portrait and a call to action.

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Associated Projects & Ways to Engage

Image: Caron Tabb, Fabric of Humanity - Repairing My World (2021), mixed media. Photo: Julia Featheringhill

Image: Caron Tabb, Tzedakah Box; Women of Valor For Champlain Clementina (Tina) M. Chéry (2021), mixed media. Photo: Julia Featheringhill

Image: Caron Tabb, My Invisible Backpack (2021), mixed media. Photo: Julia Featheringhill

Follow Along on Instagram

There are more events and happenings related to this work than I can list here. The best way to stay in the know is to follow along on Instagram. I’ll be posting updates of everything related to the show, and you can also get more info by following Beacon Gallery (@beacongallery) as well as the Jewish Arts Collaborative (@JArtsBoston).

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