Community, Visual Arts


When: Tue., Dec. 6, 6-8 p.m. 2016

Many of us hoped to see the deep social divide spurred by the 2016 election starting to subside by now. Yet it only seems to have grown deeper. The creative minds with local arts organization Terrain quickly saw a local need to safely express and unite to share these post-election feelings, no matter where on the spectrum one’s thoughts may fall. So after putting out the call for anyone and everyone to submit local art — poems, drawings, songs, letters, collage, dance, sculpture, paintings, etc. — the culmination is RALLY. Each person who contributes to this collaborative community display gets a 1-by-1 foot space to show their piece, and all submissions are on view through Inauguration Day, Jan. 20. If you didn’t have time or weren’t aware of the open call for submissions, those who attend the opening night reception can also create art on-site.

Tue, Dec. 6, from 6-8 pm • Free • All-ages • Terrain • 304 W. Pacific •

Chey Scott

Price: Free