Madison’s 608 Arts Collective includes mixed media and performing artists focused on themes of justice, equity and accessibility. They’ve recently established an indefinite residence, appropriately enough, at the Social Justice Center’s Jackie Macaulay Gallery.
This month, 608 Arts opens their new show “Homeless, Not Hopeless,” this Friday, March 31. “Homeless, Not Hopeless,” which runs through April 16, is an interactive exhibit that will allow gallery goers to consider how they view our most vulnerable neighbors.
Joining 8 O’Clock Buzz host Brian Standing in the studio are two of the exhibition participants, political activist Talib and artist, housing advocate and 608 Arts co-founder Sariah Daine.