The Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law and David Weinberg Photography invited 96 Acres to present our work at the exhibition, An Invisible Hand. Curated in collaboration with the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law, An Invisible Hand attempts to unpack the many diverse experiences of poverty. In presenting an eclectic collection of photographs, sculpture, moving image and sound, this group show looks to study the topic of poverty through the many different lenses that the Shriver Center addresses the issue in their advocacy and policy work. Come and experience three audio works produced by young artists at Yollocalli Arts Reach, and community residents Amanda Cortes and Hugo Antunez, as part of 96 Acres.
For more information: http://d-weinberg.com/aninvisiblehand-programming.