May 28 - July 8, 2021
An all media juried exhibition about the impact of each and every one of us.
Most of us have read the book. The Lorax is an icon in children's literature, but also beyond. The storyline discusses such heady topics as greed, consumerism and conserving the environment. One memorable quote from the text is "Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not."
We may not all be environmentalists, but many of us have a cause we believe firmly in. Perhaps we focus our attention on equal rights, or racial or cultural divides. We are all touched by different issues based on our life experiences. These are the things that affect us personally and affect our daily lives and our own personal attempts to achieve the American Dream. For our exhibit, Unless, we asked artists to share their voice, take a stand, develop their thought process, and delve into a conversation.
Featuring artwork by:
Juror: Dail Chambers is a visual artist and creative consultant. Her visual art practice is a multimedia exploration in genealogy, women’s narratives and social art. She has received numerous awards and fellowships through out the United States. As a homeschooling, teaching artist she has traveled internationally, implementing lesson plans to enhance and motivate inter-generational learning environments. Dail earned her Associates in Fine Arts, Photography from Saint Louis Community College. She later earned her BFA with Concentration in Ceramics, minor Art History , from Memphis College of Art and her Postgraduate Studies in Women's Studies were through University Missouri, Saint Louis. Learn more at www.dailchambers.life.
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