One Mile Anti-Hunger Art Walk
One Mile invites you to engage with public art installations as a way to upend the cycles of inequity that cause hunger and other injustices in our world.
Tuesday November 29, 11:15am
Wednesday November 30, 1pm
Thursday December 1, 5pm
Location: parking lot at 16th Street & Pico Blvd in Santa Monica by Santa Monica College. Meet by the entrance to the Mazon "This is Hunger" installation truck.
This guided, interactive installation walk is one mile long and will feature installation sites on the Santa Monica College campus and in streets in the surrounding neighborhood. All of the One Mile walks run approximately an hour.
Produced by One Mile Interns Caleb Gomez, Lauren Mackson, Naomi Villines & Tiano Carson and Artistic Director/Founder, K. Bradford. In partnership with the Public Policy Institute of Santa Monica College.
In partnership with the Public Policy Institute at SMC, One Mile will offer an interactive public art installation that investigates hunger, social sustainability and systemic change. Using everyday objects, sounds, visuals, story, performance and audience interactivity, we will convert public space into a platform for transformational community awareness and cultural dialogue. Through a guided, interactive walk, One Mile invites the audience to view and engage with public art installations and pop-up performances as a way to reflect, ponder, challenge, mourn and upend the cycles of inequity that cause hunger and other ecological, social, and economic injustices.
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