Our mission is to open new dialogues and explore human perceptions about nature and the environment, awakening and inviting people to make more conscious decisions about their food, clothing, furniture, lifestyle and pets. The goal of the artists and the producers is to have the exhibition travel internationally for an extended period of time, especially to countries where animal rights are virtually non-existent.
Buddha Cat by Karen Fiorito
Bee by Emek
Ying Yang by Peter Kuper
Urban Animals by Cole Gerst
Evolution/Revolution: the Interconnectedness of All Beings is a ground breaking, multimedia, educational, socially and environmentally conscious exhibition, which explores various aspects of animal welfare and the environment.
Curated by Karen Fiorito, the show features the works of William Wegman, Robbie Conal, Sue Coe, Gee Vaucher, Peter Kuper, Yuri Shimojo, Emek, Cole Gerst, Jonathan Horowitz and Karen Fiorito.
Our mission is to open new dialogues and explore human perceptions about nature and the environment, awakening and inviting people to make more conscious decisions about their food, clothing, furniture, lifestyle and pets.
Opening Reception - February 19, 2011 5 - 9 PM
Artist Panel - February 20, 3 - 5 PM
Animal Liberation Forum - March 12, 3 - 5 PM
Airport Art Walk - March 19, 12 PM - 5 PM
Closing Reception - March 27, TIME TBA
All of our events will take place at Santa Monica Art Studios - Arena 1 Gallery 3026 Airport Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90405 - Phone (310) 397 7449
Gallery Hours are Wednesday through Saturday 12 to 6 PM
Presented by Buddha Cat Press, SoCiArts Productions and Santa Monica Art Studios.
If you wish to sponsor a portion of the exhibition and forum, please contact Bita Shafipour at email@example.com.
More information at www.EvolutionRevolutionArt.org
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