“The Divided State of America” an art exhibit and discussion panel seeking to inspire constructive discussion to heal political, religious and social fractures
Our nation is divided and to many Americans, the issues that divide us –budget, health care, immigration, energy, foreign policy, race, the economy, class, religion, pollution, taxes, welfare, social security, war, sexual orientation - seem insurmountable.
"The Divided State Of America", a provocative new, larger than life, nine-piece collection of paintings by San Francisco spray paint artist, Chor Boogie, commissioned by scientist, inventor, immigrant, and entrepreneur, Dr. Nirmal Mulye, highlights the tension between the broken pieces of an ideologically fractured America.
"The Divided State Of America" made it's national debut at in Charlotte, N.C. last October, 2012, and was lauded by critics and the public alike as "groundbreaking", "powerful", "disturbing", "provocative", "impactful", "inspiring", "timely", and "controversial”. The traveling exhibit comes directly from California and is based on the original work.
The Divided State of America Exhibit will also feature local artist. We have asked local artist from various backgrounds to depict in their painting the following "How does it feel to a US citizen today? Or what they think represents the USA today in a world or local view? Come and see the following artist and their work Spoon, Monika Ruiz, Jason Hollingsworth, Ronnie Phillips, Brent Walker, Ray Vargas, Son of Moon, Carlos Solis, Lisa Kabus and more.
On Saturday, October 12th a preview discussion panel featuring Jay Hakes, former Director of the Carter Library, Nirmal Mulye Founder and President of Norstum Pharmaceutical and Norstrum Energies as well as other guest panelists will address the social issues facing this nation. The town-hall meeting is by invitation only. If, you would like to be considered to participate in these discussions please contact Adriana@studio905onjuniper
Grand Opening Friday October 11th – the grand opening from 6pm to 10pm
Saturday Oct. 12th from 2:00pm to 6pm & Monday Oct.13th from 11:00 to 6:00pm, the exhibit will remain until Oct. 20th from 12:00 pm to 6:00pm.
Atlanta will have the opportunity to experience this powerful and provocative series up close and personal at Studio 905 on Juniper located at 905 Juniper Street NE unit 109, Atlanta, Georgia.
for further information please contact Adriana@studio905onjuniper