An exhibition about our personal and community efforts to achieve freedom
curated by John Quatrale, designed by Alexandra Kontsevaia, and exhibiton assistance by Cait Stuff
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Maria Trudette Madison, Alicia Dwyer, Gary Duehr, Ruth Segaloff, Phoebe Ann Erb, Pauline Lim, Jean Aserkoff, Nhung Mackey, Ruth Rieffanaugh, Diane Sheridan, Sue-Yee Leung, Linda Clave, Romani Berlekov, Susan Loomis-Wing, Ellen Zellner
Honan-Allston Library Art Gallery, 300 North Harvard Street, Allston, MA 02134
Free Parking Lot in the rear of the building
June 18 - July 29, 2016
This exhibition is about our personal and community efforts to achieve freedom. Freedom is a universal value, a human aspiration and an achievement to be treasured. Personal freedoms include speech and the ability to choose many different actions, including movement, without the interference or hindrance of others. These freedoms can be seemingly very small but bring about much joy and happiness. On a grander scale, freedoms become treasured and protected when people band together to achieve a common goal of expression. People and groups take many risks and suffer many consequences to achieve and retain their freedoms for themselves or others. This can occur in a neighborhood, a village, a metropolis or a country.
What small freedom do you treasure the most? What freedom do you miss or would miss if you no longer had it? What freedoms do you see lacking for others? What freedoms are worth “fighting” for?
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