What If We Re-Made U.S. Housing Policy?

Imagining a World Where Artists Decide Public Policy

What If We Re-Made U.S. Housing Policy?
Clockwise from top left: Ran Hwang with “Two Love Trees”; Queen GodIs; “Visit #11” by Anna Lise Jensen; Carlos Martinez (photo by John Galayda)

A QAX Exhibition & Event

The right to housing is recognized in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and home ownership is deep in the fabric of the American Dream. But the foreclosure occurs across the nation, and millions of residents, including children, have experienced homelessness.

In a new world, how would artists involve citizens and communities in creating sustainable housing for all?

“What If We Re-Made U.S. Housing Policy?” is a QAX exhibition & event featuring new collaborative work by Ran Hwang, Anna Lise Jensen, Carlos Martinez, and Queen GodIs.

Presented by Queens Council on the Arts, in partnership with Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning and A Better Jamaica, Inc.

Artists Bios


Ran Hwang
Visual Artist


Anna Lise Jensen
Interdisciplinary Artist

Carlos Martinez
Mixed-Media Artist


Queen GodIs
Poet/MC/Performance Artist/ Mentor

Dates
06/14/2012

Time
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Venue Info
Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning
161-04 Jamaica Ave.
Jamaica, NY, 11432-6112
718-658-7400
jcal.org

Admission
Free

Categories

Artist Website
ranhwang.com
spaceallover.org
carlosmartinez.me
queengodis.com

Neighborhood
Jamaica

Public Transit
E train or J/Z train to Jamaica Center-Parsons Blvd./Archer Ave.
F train to Parsons Blvd.
LIRR to Jamaica Station

Parking
Parking lot and street parking

Nearby Dining
OlavradorRestaurant.com
RinconSalvadoreno.com
SangriaJamaica.com

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