May 9, 2012; 7:00 p.m.
“How can the arts participate in a creative and collective production of our shared future? How can we make visible our shared concerns about the political landscape of this country?” Protest signs, posters and banners are some of the clearest manifestations of the visual language of political action. For this project, the Kadist Art Foundation, in collaboration with BAM/PFA, invited politically inclined artists and writers to make a protest poster that addresses specific events or generalized demands. Come view the results, join some of the artists in a wide-ranging conversation of protest, and take home a poster.
Posters designed by:
This program is part of w(ED)nesday, a midweek superabundance of varied, interconnected, and sometimes overlapping readings, conversations, and other interactive events focused around art, literature, politics, and the world we live in.
Admission to w(ED)nesday is $7; always free for BAM/PFA members and Cal students, faculty, and staff; free with same-day theater or gallery ticket.
OTHER EVENTS W(ED)NESDAY / 5.9.12
5:30 / The Collected Writings of Joe Brainard: A Celebration - Readings and discussion
6:30 / Artists’ Gallery Talks: Lynn Hershman Leeson, Paul Kos, Chip Lord - State of Mind
7:30 / Suzanne Stein and David Brazil - Readings and discussion
This w(ED)nesday is co-organized by the Kadist Art Foundation.