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Art exhibition at ASU Gammage celebrates ACLU's 60th anniversary


ACLU's 60th anniversary
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October 23, 2018

The latest exhibit showing at ASU Gammage features 40 Arizona artists who contributed work that reflects the mission of the ACLU, which is to protect the constitutional rights of all people. 

“In This Together: Daring to Create a More Perfect Arizona” is a social justice art exhibition to commemorate the ACLU of Arizona’s 60th anniversary. 

ACLU of Arizona executive director Alessandra Soler explained the meaning of the name of the exhibit: “Our work isn’t about one person, one party or one issue. It’s about all of us, we the people, coming together and daring to create a more perfect Arizona. We’re in this together.”

The exhibit opens at ASU Gammage on Oct. 30 and will be on display through Dec. 16 before traveling across the state for 14 months. For more information about the artists, visit the online gallery.

Due to rehearsals, event set-up, performances, special events and holidays, it is advised to call 480-965-6912 or 480-965-0458 to ensure viewing hours, since they are subject to cancellation​ without notice. 

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