Art for Change: An Evening with Young People in Celebration of the Hope and Justice Virtual Art Gallery
September 22nd, 2021 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:00pm (PST)
View a recording of this event here:
The virtual art gallery was unveiled on September 22, 2021 during a Facebook Live event. The event featured a panel of youth artists whose work is featured in the Hope and Justice virtual art gallery, a performance by Matthew Cuban Hernandez from Street Poets Inc, and remarks by Barbara Fant, Director of Training and Replication of the Arts for Healing and Justice Network.
A big thank you to our speakers, performers and youth artists!
- Bridget Brodie – Community
Claremont High School, Tri-City
- Madison Hyler-Smith– Hands of Justice
John C. Kimball High School, San Joaquin County
- Kylee Maszczack – Creative Social Distancing
Nuview Bridge Early College High School, Riverside County
Paint My Piece
September 22nd, 2021 at 6 p.m.
Youth Artist Bridget Brodie led participants through a virtual painting experience, recreating her art piece: Community
Created in response to the Hope & Justice prompt More than One, Brodie’s goal “was to make art that represented my community of people, which in this case was the queer community. As I worked on this drawing, I reflected on my community and what it meant to me. I had to think about my identity and experience and emulate those thoughts in my art.