Black Lives Matter Installation

By Christina Lee and Selena Ferrer

Date(s) & Times

Through August 5, 2020

Ongoing

Visible from sidewalk

Admission

Free

Sponsors

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The Studio@620 welcomes two young activist artists who have created a visual statement in the gallery windows.
Christina Lee and Selena Ferrer describe their work as "representing urban life and ‘civilized’ America as well as exposing the issues challenging that stigma by the powerful Youth of 2020. Themes of unjust policing, systematic racism and ’ Black Lives Matter’ Movements are represented".
Walk by The Studio next time you're downtown and take a look! This installation builds upon and is part of the "People > Property" virtual performance that was held in the space on July 22, 2020

You can see the original dance and dj presentation via archived video on our Facebook page using this link.

“Rejoice in these topics as Chrsitina and I create this ‘lost land’ being found. We are coloring our future with bright hues of equality, as well as speaking out to our community. The energy is needed during this time, and it is important that we not only use our talents to shape the next generations in this fight for justice, but pave the way for our community to be confident in their unique experiences and abilities to make a change.” -- Selena Ferrer