"The Healthcare Show" – organized by Foundations/Fine Art faculty Zoë Darling with fellow diabetic and Printmaking faculty Melissa Wagner-Lawler, aims to call attention before and after the presidential election to the "discrepancy between the daily upkeep of the human body and the financially unreal state of the American healthcare system."
Phase II of the ongoing project will be exhibited in MIAD’s River Level Project Room through December 19, with an opening reception on Friday, November 7, from 5 – 8 p.m. A closing reception for Phase I will be held November 14 at Broad Vocabulary at 2241 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., where artworks are on view. Videoworks are on view through that date at the Storefront @ 516 W. National Ave. Contributing artists include the organizers, MIAD student Martin Krazsewski (video) and MIAD alumna Lindsey Wolkowicz. Contributing writers to The Healthcare Show Zine, which will evolve into a forum, include alumnus William Fry and student Joseph Reeves. More information is available at http://thehealthcareshow.blogspot.com/.