Break a'Plate: Creativity in Time of Uncertainty

Creating art is a process of self-discovery. Moments of reflection allow us to break away from current frustrations, anxieties and challenges. Through art, one can find voice and expression. Each piece of work baring the voice of the artist. In this exhibit, our artists narrate their experience and journey through the creative process. Join us as we listen to their voices and appreciate their creativity.
Join our virtual exhibit, Break a'Plate: Creativity in Time of Uncertainty, featuring artwork by Piece by Piece Artists. Managing Director Dawn Mendelson will be talking about how Piece by Piece continues to support our artists and community during these challenging times. We'll also introduce you to our first (experimental) virtual gallery online!
Please join us on Friday, June 19th 2020 at 1 pm for a virtual walk-through of the exhibit on our Facebook Live.


Interactive Exhibit


Video Walkthrough

 

This exhibit was funded in part by DCA - City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.
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