Like surrealism, the political-art movement opposing totalitarianism in the aftermath of the horrors of World War 1, the power of art and dreaming in these turbulent times holds the possibility of social change.
Art and dreams are conduits to truth, paths to healing and transformation. Art and dreams wake us to reality and response.
“Wake-Up! The Political Power of Art and Dreams,” a mixed media exhibition, is set the month before the 2018 Congressional elections to create dialogue and raise consciousness about U.S domestic and foreign policies.