There is still time to check out Mercer County Community College’s (MCCC) James Kerney Campus Gallery (JKCG) photography exhibit entitled “The Road Home: Migrations, Displacement and Redefining Where We Live.” The show runs through March 31.

JKC Gallery Director, Michael Chovan-Dalton remarked, “The Road Home is a compilation of works from around the globe which showcase the photographers, journalists and visual storytellers who have experienced different forms of identity displacement. The show gives participating artists the option to sell their works to support themselves or to donate the sales to charity. JKC Gallery will make up to three prints of each work as they are sold.”

Featured artists include: Yshao Lin of Fuzhou, China; Tomas Ayuso, Honduran writer and documentary photojournalist; Rola Khayyat, Lebanese interdisciplinary artist; Spanish/Palestinian independent visual journalist Maysun; Brazilian-born photographer Jennifer Cabral of New Jersey; Spanish fashion designer and photographer Icía Vázquez; journalist and lecturer Fatima Martinez (Bogota, Colombia); Australian/Brazilian photographer/visual storyteller Camilla Martineli from Philadelphia; photographer and installation artist Ara Oshagan.

“This show is a true visual conversation which tells a story through images and words about the struggles of migration,” Chovan-Dalton said.

For more information about the artists please visit https://jkcgallery.online/the-road-home-march-1st-to-31st-2022.

Gallery hours are Tuesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. by appointment. Please register your visit at least one day in advance at JKCGallery.online. To learn more about the show, the reception and registration requirements, including Zoom links, please visit JKCGallery.online.