Date(s) - 04/27/2018
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
- Visual Arts
- Free Event
Add This Event to Your Calendar
FREE ADMISSION | Back for a limited two day run, due to popular demand!
This art exhibit is an open conversation about death and how artists can bring this taboo subject to light through visual storytelling. We’ve asked over 35 award-winning artists to tell the story about their own personal/cultural relationship with death.
Also joining us is Morgan Brown, creator of “Conversations I Wish I Had“, a traveling pop up phone booth for people to speak to someone in their life who has died. It opened at a gallery in the arts district of Los Angeles, and recently debuted at the Museum of Art and History in Santa Cruz, California.
She is currently working on putting together a podcast about people’s conversations in the phone booth. Come tell your story.
We invite you to join us to reflect upon death, and perhaps gaze upon your own mortality.
- One of a kind prints and artists merch will be available.
- Music and light refreshments will be available.