Art & Activism: An Exhibition About Change
Aug 25 - Oct 31, 2019
We have invited an impressive group of artists who address issues relevant to our time with ideas about politics, environment, and gender seen through printmaking, fiber arts, time-based media, and installation. It is our hope that the breadth and influence of this exhibition will enhance public awareness and encourage thoughtful process and engagement in civic discussion.
Invited artists are: Sandow Birk and Elyse Pignolet (Los Angeles, CA), Orly Cogan (New York, NY), Kanani Miyamoto (Portland, OR), Paul Mullowney (San Francisco, CA), and Abigail Romanchak (Maui, HI).
Exhibit-Related Events:
Stitching Circle
Happened August 22: A grown-up workshop (21 and over) offered by artist Orly Cogan. Learn about her approach to textiles and make a small piece to take away. Includes materials and snacks. 
Artist Talks.
Happened August 25:  lively discussion with Sandow Birk, Elyse Pignolet, and UHMC American History professor, Liana Horovitz, followed by a walk-through with the artists and audience Q&A.
Happened  September 18 Walk-through in the gallery with Abigail Romanchak.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019; 1:30-4:30 pm 
Walk-through in the gallery with Kanani Miyamoto and Paul Mullowney, followed by a demonstration at the UHMC campus art department.
Thursday, October 17, 2019; 12:00-1:15 pm
Walk-through in the gallery with Kanani Miyamoto and Paul Mullowney.
Photo (right): Orly Cogan, "POW (Power of Women)"