We Ate It Up. A student exhibition in response to work from FPC, in 4833rph. Opening reception with students, teachers and FPC artists Friday, May 18, 3:30-5pm. Students from Telpochcalli School respond to For Public Consumption video work by Shawnee Barton and Jeremiah Barber.
Parade to kick-off For Public Consumption and Creative Move Too. The FPC artists and community guests eat up the streets as they parade toward the HPAC 1 year anniversary party, calling to the public to join them as they go. The parade will end inside HPAC at the For Public Consumption podium for speeches, effusive thanks […]
Discussion with FPC artists and curators. Traditional panel format will evolve into a public dialogue. Food for thought: What is the public’s relationship with HPAC’s video display? What are fruitful ways of approaching and consuming artwork?
A blog hosted by a different FPC artist or curator each week. Posts might be multi-media works of art unto themselves, confessionals, statements, or calls for dialogue.
Intentional and happenstance audiences alike are invited to respond to FPC. Open channels for response are an FPC email account, comments on the FPC blog, the drop-box outside HPAC, or the bulletin board inside 4833 RPH.