Mona Gazala is a Palestinian-American artist living in western Ohio. She holds a Masters Degree from the Ohio State University in studio arts with a specialization in city/regional planning. Her practice, which is multi-disciplinary and often socially engaged, explores and exposes dynamics of power and systems of oppression that often manifest in the built environment. This includes what is visible as well as what has been erased in structures, neighborhoods and geographies.
Gazala is the recipient of numerous grants from the Greater Columbus Arts Council, Franklinton Arts District, Puffin Foundation West, Ohio Alliance for Arts Education, Decapital, and the Hishmeh Foundation, to undertake creative work centered on community-building, social justice and activism.
Contact: [email protected]
Visit: The Gazala Projects studio/gallery is located in a late-19th-century storefront in Darke County, Ohio.
Soft opening: June 23. 2022.
Visitors/curators can email to schedule a studio visit.
Red-line goggles from "I don't see color" are now available individually framed. Click on photo for link.
September 2022 Works in Progress: A Gesture, a Nod
Harrison West, Columbus
October 2022 Activists and Agitators
Exhibition in conjunction with "Redesign the Redline"
YWCA & Col State Community College
December 2022 Holiday Show
Anna Bier Art Gallery, Greenville Ohio
Symposia/Lectures: The artist is available
for panel discussions, speaking/reading engagements or consultations at $90 per hour (sliding scale for grass-roots organizations or events.)