Date(s) - 06/15/2019
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Kala Art Institute
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For her Print Public project, Grace Rosario Perkins, in collaboration with the Golden Gate Public Library and surrounding recreation centers, is working with youth to investigate landscape, identity, and time. With writing as a beginning prompt, archive as a source of investigation, and personal narrative as a building block, her installation in the gallery will change over the course of six weeks comprising large scale prints, wearable textiles, planters, and paintings in which the artist along with her collaborators will investigate what the future looks like, upholding history and physical presence as a radical notion. At the end of June, this install will become a collaborative visual lexicon central to the neighborhood and in turn, a space for the youth to activate in a movement-based fashion show on Saturday, June 29 at 1 pm.