Your Voice Heard: Artist's Talk With Wynde Dyer

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Join us for for an artist's talk with Wynde Dyer, who's collaborative, processed based art show "Your Voice Heard" will be on display in our gallery through June 27th.

"Your Voice Heard" by 12-year-old George Zehnder and professional artist Wynde Dyer, features a collection of hand-cut tarp-quilt yard signs with audience-generated slogans that range from personal to political, silly to serious, and ambiguous to explicit.

When posted in local lawns, these messages plant seeds of critical thinking and hopefully compassion in the minds and hearts of passers-by, they spark conversation in the mouths of friends and strangers, and ultimately stand to diversify the landscape of general election lawn signs we’ll see pop up between now and fall. In a day and time when most people don’t feel their voices are being heard by people in power, the yard signs in "Your Voice Heard" give participants the chance to be seen and heard.

For the month of June members of the public are invited to design their own yard signs at Reading Frenzy, where Dyer will have a DIY tarp quilt yard sign station set up in the gallery.

Dyer and Zehnder will be on-site in session every Friday in June to facilitate the design of DIY yard signs. Individuals of all ages and abilities are encouraged to stop in to design a sign. Yard signs will be free to propose, free to design, and will be available to purchase along with selected limited edition prints.

Exhibit runs through June 27th.
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By: Reading Frenzy

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