The hope act love workshops exhibition
is a process oriented collaborative exhibit initiated in response to the crisis in Japan.
A series of questions informs the exhibit:
How can art and design embody a compassionate response? How does an emphasis on process and collaboration inform our understanding of community and interconnection? What is the significance of taking process out of the studio and into the public space of the gallery? How can documentation and web communications meaningfully embrace and expand upon these questions?
We invite you to come to the gallery to create art and engage in discussions and other experiences that explore these topics. Our intentions is to increase awareness, raise funds and send messages of hope and love to Japan.
All proceeds will be donated to the Japan Earthquake Relief Fund.
An Invisible Strings activity.
Efforts dedicated in memory of Ryan Santana.