The interdisciplinary exhibition and related public program is in partnership with For Freedoms, a national non-profit arts platform for creative civic engagement and direct action.
The UMCA commissioned a series of posters from local and regional artists, asking them to respond visually to their interpretation of freedom.
The artists are: Javiera Benavente, Anne Beresford, Catherine D’Ignazio, Liz Chalfin, Andrae Green, Priya Nadkarni Green, Imo Imeh, Jonathan Jackson, kara lynch, and Ali Osborn. The original posters they create will be framed and displayed in the museum. In the spirit of the exhibition, they will be scanned and reproduced in color, and will be given away free to visitors.
The exhibition will include a visual history of For Freedom’s national billboard project and will feature related materials from the UMass Special Collections Social Justice Archive.
You can view the online exhibition by clicking on the button below.