Kate DeCiccio: The Art of Social Change

January 13th @ 3:30pm
Topics of Merritt
Kate DeCiccio: The Art of Social Change

This weeks' Topics of Merritt encourages a culture of lifelong learning while promoting fresh perspectives and meaningful connections with the world around us.

Kate DeCiccio is an Oakland-based artist, educator & creative strategist whose work is in the permanent collections of The Library of Congress and The Center for the Study of Political Graphics. Her work is driven by her interest in justice, mental health, humor, community building, and passion for the art of making. For her, wall paintings become cornerstones of public space because they have the ability to transform spaces and thus reflect the strength and identity of a community - in the form of a counter-narration, a resistance, or a compliment.

You MUST register for this Zoom Meeting - Click on link below
https://tinyurl.com/artincommunity

You will be sent the zoom link once you have registered. If you have any questions, please feel free to call Evan Johnson at 510-903-3600 or you can also email him at evan@thelakemerrittsenior.com.