For Freedoms 50 State Effort on Display in the Barrick Museum

Through Nov. 6, visitors to the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art are urged to submit yard indications and publish them on the lobby wall as part of the For Liberties exhibition asking individuals to produce and publicly display their own definition of liberty. Motivated by political leader’s campaign signs, For Liberties lawn sign activations ask the individual to fill out indications that say: Flexibility Of …, Freedom From …, Liberty For …, and Flexibility To …

Since 2016, For Flexibilitieshas produced unique exhibitions, town hall conferences, signboards, and yard sign installations to spur greater involvement in civic life. This year, For Flexibilities introduced its 50 State Initiative, a new phase of shows to encourage broad participation and inspire discussion around November’s midterm elections.

Structure off of the existing creative infrastructure in the United States, For Freedoms has actually developed a network of over 300 artists and 200 institutional partners who will produce across the country public art installations, exhibits, and regional neighborhood discussions in order to inject nuanced, creative thinking into public discourse. Centered around the essential work of artists, For Liberties hopes that these exhibits and related projects will model how arts organizations can end up being civic online forums for action and conversation of values, place, and patriotism.

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