September 6-October 4
Public art confronts us in our everyday environment. It is a reflection of the times we live in and a critique on our society.
Currently, this project focuses on the events that unfolded in Seattle, WA from the stay at home order through the racial justice protests in 2020. Artists painted across boarded up buildings to express the raw emotions of the community. Their messages throughout the pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement resonate with us.
Photographer and Editor: Ellen Duong, Photographer and Editor: Angela Schwartz, Marketing and Editor: Raina Searles, Marketing Assistant and Editor: Leroy Sibanda
Appropriate for Ages 13+
About the Artists
Ellen Duong is a photographer, engineer, and activist for social justice from Philadelphia. She has participated in two previous Digital Fringe Festivals in 2017 (Pond) and 2018 (Color). She is passionate about education equity and empowering the AAPI community.
Angela Schwartz is a photographer and medical professional. She specializes in night and nature photography. She is passionate about health equity and health education.
Raina Searles is a marketing professional and practiced team leader. She is interested in connecting communities to relevant and timely works. She previously worked at FringeArts as the marketing manager and returns to bring a show to the Fringe Festival 2021.
Leroy Sibanda is our editor and marketing assistant. He is interested in the intersection of art and technology. He is passionate about design thinking to develop truly effective solutions and to generate positive change.