Gallery 1010 (UTK) / 100 S. Gay St. June 3 - 14th
Kristy Keel Blackmon
What kinds of ideas and information are common knowledge?
What kinds of resources and spaces are common ground?
How do we cultivate a commonwealth?
Who has authority or responsibility over these spaces?
This exhibition is curated and organized by Emma Vieser and Ashlee Mays, both AmeriCorps members serving the Knoxville community. AmeriCorps pledges to make communities safer, smarter, and healthier. Through capacity building and boots on the ground service, our local corps focuses on poverty alleviation and environmental restoration. Creative problem solving is necessary to adapt and strengthen our responses. This show celebrates our collective creativity in regards to our collective actions.
OPENING NIGHT PERFORMANCES:
Seeds of Resilience 7:30pm
Margo Beck 8:00pm
Jaq Payne 8:15pm