Crocker Exhibit Highlights Activism Through the Arts
This exhibit, featuring over 60 artists from throughout California opens today for a three month exhibit at the Crocker Art Museum.
Presented by the Sacramento General Congress of Women (SGCW) and hosted by Compassionate Sacramento, the exhibit portrays artistic expressions of activism in four categories: social justice, empowerment & self-agency, environmental justice, and health and well-being.
The exhibit includes 70 supporting online events, also beginning August 2, with virtual performances and workshops centered on peace, justice, and community well-being.
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