Fountain Street Church

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Photo Credit: Dave Guthrie. Fountain Street Church is a beautiful, historical, downtown landmark. In partnership with the American Civil Liberties Union we are hosting an ArtPrize exhibit titled, "Art to Change the World: Inspiring Social Justice”. The exhibit honors the role art plays as a change agent for social and economic justice, which demands that basic human needs be met, diversity respected, and freedom of expression and action fostered. Violence and discrimination of any kind deny social justice. Last year's exhibit drew over 18,000 visitors. It was recognized by an ArtPrize juror as one of the top 5 venues, and 3 of our artists were recognized by an ArtPrize juror or the media for their outstanding works. Architectural and historical aspects of the building will also be available for viewing.

Visitor Amenities
  • Free public bathrooms: Yes
  • Free public parking: No
  • Physically accessible: Yes

2013 Entries hosted at this Venue

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That Was $um Bodies Baby

Diana Westwood
  • Time-Based
  • Vote Code: 54161
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Erase

Greg Bokor
  • Installation
  • Vote Code: 54503
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Human

R.D. Rucker
  • Two-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 54600
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The Scream by Agim Rudi

Agim Rudi
  • Two-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 55061
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Tolerance

Lou Wolf Vallance
  • Two-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 55168
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One Dolor / One Pain

Sergio Gomez
  • Two-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 55378
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FEAR NO ART (Free Pussy Riot)

Robert Pomeroy
  • Two-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 55197
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Courage

Andrew J. Woodstock
  • Two-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 55499
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Raised Voices Changing the World

Kimberly Gill
  • Two-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 54601
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Identity Process: Kings & Queens

Lora Robertson
  • Two-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 54192
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Wisdom Means No Separation

Donna StJohn
  • Three-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 54770
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Studio 3647 Heidelberg.

Timothy Burke
  • Installation
  • Vote Code: 55080
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Bountiful Bench

Christina Murphy
  • Three-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 54985
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Selected Work from The Space Between Us

Deborah Rockman
  • Two-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 55225
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Broken

Susan Clinthorne
  • Three-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 54979
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American Holocaust Survivor

Marlene Williams
  • Two-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 55008
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Deathbed

Weston Rayfield
  • Two-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 55121
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powerless

Jess Bergman Tank
  • Three-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 55284
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Problem Girls

Steven Hansen
  • Three-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 54564
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Intervention

David Imse
  • Two-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 54392
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A Shrine to Victims of Gun Violence

Ritsu Katsumata & Friends
  • Installation
  • Vote Code: 55222
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Mother Teresa

Jeanne McCormick
  • Two-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 54287
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Field

Conor Foy
  • Two-Dimensional
  • Vote Code: 55479
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Six Energies

Diane Whitehead Lorick
  • Installation
  • Vote Code: 55079
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