When Art Helps Marginalized Populations

Tempus Projects will be holding a film screening tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. as part of their Socially Engaged Art (SEA) series. Films are selected from Art21 and A Blade of Grass: FIELDWORKS education series profiling artists’ work for social change.

VALUE + VOICE features artists’ collaborating with marginalized populations to provide a platform for expanding their voices and representation in addressing social issues and affecting change in their own lives. Screening projects include:

Nigel Poor, San Quentin Prison Report
Mel Chin, Operation Paydirt 
Plug-In Studio
Pablo Helgura, Liberería Donceles

The screening will be followed by a conversation with artists Cesar Cornejo and Catherine Cross Tsintzos.

This screening of FIELDWORKS is made possible by A Blade of Grass, a nonprofit organization dedicated to nurturing socially engaged art.

Tempus is located at 4636 North Florida Avenue.

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