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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
SALT LAKE CITY LIBRARY PRESENTS: Embodied Ecologies: a collaborative, group installation.
Dates: October 1, 2022 to November 11, 2022
Opening: October 1st, 4-5:30 p.m. The Salt Lake City Public Library, Gallery at Library Square, Level 4.
The Salt Lake City Public Library, 210 East 400 South, Salt Lake City, Utah 84111 Hours: Mon–Thu 10am–8pm, Fri–Sat 10am–6pm and Sun 11am–5pm. For more information on viewing the exhibition, please call 801-524-8200 or go to https://events.slcpl.org/artexhibits.
The exhibit features work by Evangaline Amadu, Stephanie Choi, Mālia Malae-Godinet, Victoria Meza, Michelle Wentling, Madeline Bavley, Chanté Burch, Bryn Burningham, Laurie Larson, Erin Meager, Sylvia Ohara, Kristen Vardanega, Stan Clawson, Natalie Slater
Embodied Ecologies is a collaborative, group installation focused on disability, environmental health, and community care practices in Salt Lake City. Rooted in a partnership between Art Access and the Environmental Humanities graduate program at the University of Utah, Embodied Ecologies brings together the work of fourteen local artists working in a wide variety of mediums including sculpture, poetry, textile, paint, film, printmaking, and mixed media. The installation foregrounds accessible communication across ability, with the larger goal of sparking change-making conversations within the Salt Lake Community.
Note on Accessibility:
Our aim is to make this event as inclusive and accessible as possible. Face masks are strongly encouraged and will be available at the entrance to the gallery. Please refrain from wearing strongly scented perfumes to this event. The SLCPL is wheelchair accessible. For questions or accommodation requests, please contact Natalie Slater at firstname.lastname@example.org.