On Wednesday, November 8, the upper school hosted this year's Diana Lee Fox '75 Artist in Residence. FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture is an art activist collective based in Baltimore, MD.
Co-founder Hannah Brancato and her studio manager, Shanti Flagg spent the day with upper school students where they presented their work at the US assembly, workshopped with students to develop statements of support, and led 25 students in creating their own quilt squares to be included in the Monument Quilt, a public activist art project created by FORCE.
The completed quilt squares along with the statements of support are now on view in the Richman Gallery through December 8.
This work contains mature content that deals with sexual assault and contains graphic language. Please be advised that the work is appropriate for mature middle school students
Richman Gallery, Davison Lobby, Library Gallery
Reception: Thursday, October 5 from 3:30–4:30 p.m.
After Effects includes the work of artists Amanda Burnham, Wendel Patrick, and Tom Rice and features the work of Park School students.
This exhibition considers the impact of our decisions on those around us. Whether making personal choices or regarding decisions made by our leaders, these works explore the implications of our decisions and their impact on the society at large.
Images left to right: Portrait of Bernie Sanders by Amanda Burnham, Image from the Baltimore Uprising by Wendel Patrick, Rivers and Lakes by Tom Rice.