The Art of Isolation and Protest
07/07/2020 | 5m 27s | Video has closed captioning.
At the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, artists began painting murals on boarded up windows of businesses in Seattle to deter vandalism and beautify the streets. And as isolation evolved into a social movement protesting the killing of black people in America, the art transformed into messages of anger and hope. Listen to artists reflect on the role of art in the age of COVID.
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