UUCR will be presenting a display of Mr. Jason Patterson’s anti-racism artwork. The exhibit, “On the Superhumanization of African Americans and Other Works by Jason Patterson,” is intended to raise our awareness and continue the education and dialog around racism and its impacts on all of society. Jason is a visual artist whose work focuses on African American history. His artwork is based in portraiture, wood working, and the fabrication, and aesthetically reimagining, of historical documents. He is currently the Kent County Arts Council artist in residence and the Frederick Douglass visiting fellow at Washington College’s Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience. There will be a reception on Friday, April 5, from 5 to 7 pm at the church, to view the exhibit and meet the artist. This event is open to the public.