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Susannah Tantemsapya
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This means not a reduction in the funding for PBS or either of the National Endowments but complete elimination. Goodbye, NEA! It’s been a wild ride.

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Our film's preview screening was on August 16th - check it out!

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vote!  learn about the issues and make clear decisions...

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POST NEW BILLS preview screening and Q&A with guests ShepardFairey and Green Patriot Posters co-founder, Dmitri Siegel.

ForYourArt, 6020 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles
August 16 from 7:00-10:00pm 
RSVP required: hilary@hilarywhite.com

POST NEW BILLS is a film about Green Patriot Posters, a multimedia design campaign that challenges artists to deepen public understanding and ignite collective action in the fight against climate change.

The film tells the story of its founders and contributors, innovators of social change, whose work has reached nearly 5 million people through print media, public space and digital culture.

Join us for a preview screening, Q&A, silent auction and interactive installation. 

http://creativemigration.org
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Preview Screening of POST NEW BILLS @ForYourArt - August 16, 2012 (2 photos)
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Creative Migration presents a silent auction at Big City Forum: The Club House, a group exhibition about maximum change at ForYourArt, 6020 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, opening Sat. August 4th from 4-8pm http://hilarywhite.com  #shepardfairey   #postnewbills   #greenpatriotposters   #climatechange   #art   #sustainability  
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... the show will stand in that great tradition of showing a skewed city where most people are white, good-looking, judgmental and either wealthy or striving to be. There is danger in reinforcing these patterns. The show also seems to take it as a given that women populate the peripheries of galleries, but I’m not sure we should hold our breathe and wait to see if they bother to ask why. In the gendered art world, where the myth of male artistic genius still dominates and women are too often dismissed as, well, the types of women in this commercial, perhaps this is not the image to project week after week to a national audience.
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