Saturday and Sunday from 12-6pm!
Engaging Ideas of community, togetherness, self and othering, “Separation Anxiety” is a group show of work responding to the complexities of individualism and community. This includes direct responses to the current climate of xenophobia and policies like family separation; reflections on diversity, inclusion and the beauty and strength those values bring to our communities / families; and explorations of identity and relationships.
Featuring Work By:
AgitArte, Tense (Joel), Danielle Robbins, Ankana, Sobek, Joanna Kao, Silvina, Esther, Catch Wreck (Jesse), OFATS, Frandy Suero Garcia, Millicent, Wayland Coleman, Jacob Leidolf, Chrystian Dennis + More!
Brought to the community by the Haymarket People’s Fund:
Haymarket People’s Fund is an anti-racist and multi-cultural foundation that is committed to strengthening the movement for social justice in New England.
Through grantmaking, fundraising and capacity building, we support grassroots organizations that address the root causes of injustice. Haymarket also organizes to increase sustainable community philanthropy throughout our region.