By | November 18, 2016

A. K. Carrol, writing for SF WEEKLY, interviewed Sandra Fluke, social justice attorney, women’s rights activist and Karen’s and my (as Gutfreund Cornett Art) Special Recognitions Juror for our “Social Justice: It Happens to One, It Happens to All”
“When I speak to students and young people, I encourage them to try to find a way to make their work benefit others, no matter what that work is. Some people believe that if they care about issues of injustice, they must become attorneys or social workers, but in almost any field, you can find ways to help and to make a difference on these issues, and that includes the arts. It’s incredibly powerful to have an exhibit that calls attention to artists who are devoting their talents to raising awareness.”
This powerful exhibition, including Sandra’s choices (Maru Hoeber’s “Flight”, Justyne Fischer’s “The Sunshine State” and and Nancy Ohanian’s “EPA REGULATION”) is open until December 11th at Saint Mary’s College Museum of Art, Moraga, CA.