Photo provided by Bailey Carver
A New multi-disciplinary art project focusing on the issues of bullying, gender, protest and discrimination will take place June 21, as part of the Gallery Stroll at Art Access. Brolly Arts and Art Access partner to bring together a variety of artists and art organizations to present the "Justice For Some?" project.
The evening will offer a gallery stroll and performances by Westminster students and the Drum Bus with choreography by Sofia Gorder. Terry Mitchell, a gun shot survivor and vicitim of racial descrimination, and the authors of What I Thought I Saw will both have exhibits at the event.
"Justice for Some?" has created a model to help bring awareness and information to people, locations and situations. They offer workshops, community outreach programs and performances to the suit the needs and interest of the communities being served.
The event will take place June 21 at 230 S. 500 West #125 from 5:30–9 p.m.
For more information visit Brolly Arts' website.