Saturday, November 1st, 7pm-10pm @ SPARC Gallery: Venice

Are you anxious for the Bush era to end? SPARC’s Day of the Dead Exhibition presents “Death of the Bush Era: What Next?” The multifaceted exhibition will examine the global transformation prompted by the eight-year George W. Bush administration, the upcoming election, economic recession, illegal immigration, and the Iraq war. Also featured will be selected works from the Group Exhibition “Just How Does A Patriot Act” curated by Joella March. This exhibition seeks to create a forum for conversation and debate, extending beyond the current political climate of denial, distraction and dismissal of the public voice and will. Sounds like a fun, politically charged art event!

Cost: Free Date and Time: November 1st, 7pm-10pm Tip: A community altar for El Dia de los Muertos prayers, offerings and photos of loved ones will be present. SPARC Gallery website 685 Venice Blvd Venice, CA 90291 310.822.9560

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