Join us for this talk with some of the artists from FRIEDAcommuniy’s P E O P L E art exhibition. What ties them together is their choice – perhaps their need – to use art to portray and examine social issues, including homelessness, racism, other forms of segregation and exclusion, and war. We will explore their motivations in choosing these issues as subjects for their art. What do they hope to achieve? How will they know if they have succeeded in capturing “hearts and minds”? How can art help to create awareness and lead to improvements?
A. P. Ferrell / Kateryna Gritsak * / Carolyn Harper / Anastasia Kondratiuk * / Alexis Joseph /
*presented by Karina Smyrnova
Date: Saturday, June 4
Time: 3:00 pm
Location: FRIEDA, 320 Walnut Street
Registration: Reservation only. At least 1 day prior to the event.
FRIEDA offers a wide range of beverages, cold and hot, as well as a variety of freshly made foods.
Masking recommended during this event.
Maximum capacity will be in line with guidelines and mandates issued by the relevant local authorities.
Mask recommended during this event.
Sign Up: Please sign up via email
FRIEDAcommunity asks that selected artists schedule time to engage our community through a workshop, a demonstration, or participation in one of our Community art projects. As a reminder, 100% of the sale proceeds of any artwork during the exhibition go to the artist.