Unrest: Art, Activism, and Revolution

September 19 - November 24, 2014

Opening Reception: September 19, 5-7pm

Artists have been at the forefront of revolutions for centuries, producing work that has an immediate political impact, or is responding to civil unrest.

Unrest: Art, Activism & Revolution looks at the impact that artists have on political and social reform in countries like Egypt, Yemen, Israel, Palestine, Iran, and the United States. Unrest looks at artists as activists, revolutionaries and visionaries.


Lara Baladi Steve Lambert in Collaboration with The Yes Men Murad Subay Public Studio Packard Jennings Shirin Neshat Michael Rakowitz Claire Fontaine Pedro Reyes




James E. Robison Foundation FotoVisura Jerry Greenfield Anonymous Vermont Arts Council National Endowment for the Arts

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