Justice for Some
Photos by Samuel Askins
Brolly Arts and Art Access partnered to put on Justice For Some?, a multi-diciplinary exhibit on issues of bullying, gender, protest and discrimination. An artists' reception for the exhibit was held on June 21 at Art Access, featuring performances by the Drum Bus and a dance choreographed by Sofia Gorder. Terry Mitchell, a gunshot survivor of racial discrimination, curated an exhibit in the Access II Gallery, and the authors of What I Thought I Saw displayed an interactive installation on perceptions. MiYoung Kim, who incorporates the Korean philosophy of UemYang (Yin and Yang in Chinese) into her work, had a separate exhibit in the Art Access Gallery. Art Access provides inclusive art programs for Utahns with disabilities or limited access to the arts.
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