“ALL ACCESS”: Pop-Up Art Museum Features NYC Artists Tackling Environmental, Disability, Health, and Immigrant JusticeJune 27, 2019
ALL ACCESS is an exhibit designed and curated by the Human Impacts Institute, a nonprofit whose mission is to inspire people to transform environmental challenges into social action for a just and livable world.
The exhibition is a group show of New York City-based artists designed to show how art can transform the conversation around community power. Opening night on June 27 is from 5-8 p.m., with artists’ talks, a live performance, and a print-your-own t-shirt station.
The exhibit will also feature panel discussions on youth activism, transportation access, a film screening about Parkinson’s Disease, and medical legal partnerships in the immigration system.
“Using art to bolster the conversation around community justice is a natural outflow from our work across New York,” said NYLPI’s Deputy Development Director Geneva Morris, who is running the show. “We’re excited to reach new audiences and have more conversations about how our work can inspire and reshape the city for the better.”
Justin D. Johnson
Marissa Gutierrez-Vicario (A.R.T.E.)
New Design High School Students
More details and tickets are available here.
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