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"Through an Open Lens: Reframing Hunger and Homelessness", "Resilient Matriarchy: Indigenous Women's Art in Community", and "Devastation: Restoring Life and Land at the Border" now available for viewing!
Retrospective: Art in Action 2021 - exhibits now available on www.opendoorsartinaction.com. Through an Open Lens: Reframing Hunger and Homelessness features moving portraits taken by Michael Collier and Amy Martin with an introduction by Kathy Small, author of Man in the Dog Park. Multimedia artist and poet Venaya Yazzie introduces Resilient Matriarchy: Indigenous Women’s Art in Community, an intimate look into the experience and art of six female creative dynamos. In Devastation: Restoring Life and Land at the Border, activist Laiken Jordahl of the CBD leads us into a deeper understanding of the environmental impact of the construction of the border wall through essays and live links. Nine prominent photographers and videographers reveal the damage. Don’t miss these wonderful exhibits, available for viewing now!