“Chalk Talk Kenosha: A Community Art Project” = nearly 200 photos with messages written by the community to the community.

Over 150  photographs that comprise “Chalk Talk Kenosha: A Community Art Project” are on view through July 28th in the Fine Arts Gallery at UW-Parkside. This project inspired by the photography of Wing Young Huie involved hundred of community collaborators and has inspired a blurb book.

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This project was organized by UW-Parkside Galleries and ExposeKenosha. Contact Patricia Briggs (briggsp@uwp.eud) or Francisco Loyola (franciscoloyola@gmail.com) for information.

About Patricia Briggs
Patricia Briggs is the director of galleries and curator of exhibitions at Jamestown Community College in Western New York. She writes the blog "Scene Unseen: Viewing Notes" about visual art in her community.

2 Responses to “Chalk Talk Kenosha: A Community Art Project” = nearly 200 photos with messages written by the community to the community.

  1. Sandy Moats says:

    Great project and equally cool exhibit. Looking forward to even more elucidation of it.

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