Download Press Release: Bell Arts Factory: Occupy Exhibit Opening
BELL ARTS FACTORY
ART • PHOTOS • VIDEO • MUSIC
a reflection of the nationwide and now global popular street movement
against corporate greed and for financial and economic justice.
Friday, November 4, 2011
6 till 10
Bell Arts Factory’s Janet Addison Community Room
The ambition of this exhibit is to fuel people with energy for the purpose of channeling creative efforts into creating some real, positive, meaningful
and lasting change for working and disadvantaged people worldwide.
It is also part of the growing artist contingent of the 99% movement.
The exhibit will include actual handmade cardboard poster signs used at the Occupy Ventura rallies and photos of those same actions. Like the movement itself, the exhibit is grassroots in nature and with emphasis on free expression. The experience of true and direct democracy and the quest of finding and giving voice for the concerns of humanity is what motivates
and is at the core of this exhibit.
7 pm members of Dirty Words
8 pm Grace Gravity
9 pm De La Crank
The exhibit corresponds with the national Move Your Money day,
an effort to get people to move their money out of the big corporation
controlled banks and into credit unions and community banks.
The first wall of the exhibit was started today …
Bell Arts Factory
432 No. Ventura Avenue, Ventura, CA 93001
More information (805) 643-1960
Also opening this Friday evening will be the exhibit “Art Survives Politics” at the Stoneworks Studio and Gallery (300 N. Ventura Avenue) from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m., hosted by sculptor Michele Chapin. Cheesecake and homemade hot chai will be served, as well as a warming fire in the yard and live acoustic music.
Lisa Lorea Bailes and Barbara Wunder Hynes have both entered new work into this show. Lisa has created the first in a series of Occupy books, and Barbara has created a mixed media fiber art piece titled “Occupy Your Mind”, part of my series “Material Culture in Decline”.
Occupy Art Galleries!
Stone Works Studios
(corner of Ventura Avenue and E. Park Row)