As hateful rhetoric continues to spread throughout our city, nation, and world, the multimedia exhibition We Are All Related stands to counter those messages with stories of the shared human experience. In the exhibition, acclaimed photographer Andrea London pairs her black and white portraits with personal narratives written by her many of whom have faced discrimination and marginalization.
Now, a panel discussion called The Healing Power of Art will continue these stories and foster more conversation live and in person. Tony Norman will moderate the panel consisting of We Are All Related subjects, community thought leaders and artists, and London herself. The Healing Power of Art will take place at the We Are All Related exhibition at 937 Gallery Saturday, April 27 from 7:00-9:00 p.m.
With Norman moderating, panel members will engage with one another and the audience about the thoughts and feelings generated by We Are All Related and about how art can contribute to the healing of our communities.
Panel members include:
- Monica Ruiz, Executive Director, Casa San Jose
- Lee Gutkind, Founder/Editor, Creative Nonfiction
- Kade Ellinger, Artist/Exhibition Subject
- Sharon Serbin, Artist/Exhibition Subject
- Andrea London, Artist/Photographer