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Community Care, Reimagine Public Art

Date
May 17, 2021 @ 12:00 AM
Cost
Free
Organizer’s Site
culturela.org/reimagine/community-care

Community Care, the third curatorial showcase for #ReimaginePublicArt open now. These 28 artists look at the coping mechanisms we built in the wake of COVID-19, and exhibit a wide range of local creative practices including design and illustration, performance, sculpture, poetry, music, theatre, social practice, and more.

See the virtual exhibition here: culturela.org/reimagine/community-care (link in bio).

Artists include: Lila Ash, Jesse Bonnell, Elizabeth Burch-Hudson, Nadia Calmet, Hillary Carlip, Kenton Chen, Arshag Chookoorian, Madi Clark, Deacon, Scott Ellaway, Paz Fernandez, Everett Fitzpatrick, Jacob Harvey, Danny Henry, Annika Klein, Morgan Lieberman, Agustin Morales, Jose Morales, Gabriel Nivera, Shahid Osuna, Rafe Pearlman, Natalie Pelletier, Shay Revolver, Claudia Serven, Fran Siegel, Weng San Sit, Daniel R. Small, and Stacey Swadish.

Part of #DCAPublicArt‘s Citywide COVID-19 Emergency Response Program, in partnership with the Los Angeles City Council.

Location

Virtual
San Francisco
Select City, CA 94103 United States
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4158412015
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