Activist Print Community Dialogue And Project Launch

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The Andy Warhol Museum says
This community dialogue and launch of Activist Print focuses on artist D.S. Kinsel’s mural "What They Say, What They Said" and invites open discussion by providing insights into community and police interactions. The community dialogue includes panel members Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay, Pittsburgh Police Commander Eric Holmes, and D.S. Kinsel, and the discussion is moderated by The Warhol’s Director Eric Shiner.

Activist Print is a collaboration between The Andy Warhol Museum, BOOM Concepts (a creative hub for artists to incubate ideas), and the North Side printmaking studio Artists Image Resource (AIR). Kinsel’s mural is the project’s introductory iteration of prints installed on the Rosa Villa, a building across the street from The Warhol. Activist Print is inspired by the long history of artists using silkscreen and print-based media to raise awareness of contemporary issues and inspire change.
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By: The Andy Warhol Museum

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