HIGH CONTRAST: Culture Confronts Chaos at The Westchester Gallery of the Peekskill Extension Center Westchester Community College

InQuestionThis Is What Democracy Looks Like, Documentary Video, 2018

New York, September 27, 2018.  The Westchester Gallery of the Peekskill Extension Center Westchester Community College is featuring the work of collective In_Question on view from September 10 through November 28, 2018.  WHAT NOW? a performance will take place on Saturday, November 10, 2018 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm at 27 North Division Street, Peekskill.

The exhibition is summarized by the testimony given by artist/activist and co-founder of In_Question, Carla Rae Johnson, within This Is What Democracy Looks Like by Andrew Courtney.  She asks people to think outside of the “box of fear and confusion.” She and artist/activists Mary McFerran and Marcy Freedman founded collaborative group In_Question that engage people without confrontation in politically charged issues through exhibitions, poetry, and dance that take place in vacant storefronts with the goal of making a difference.  They also are community builders that create a forum for artists to engage in activism.  Carla Rae Johnson hosts art salons where she shares her humorous and satirical PTSD drawings that she has made every week since the 2016 elections.

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