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Yesterday was the Third Annual Hate Crimes Prevention Art Exhibit, presented by OCA-New York and coordinated by our great friend and Blaaag-writer Ryan Fukumori / Heiroku. A bad night and some bodily ailments left me unable to go at the last minute (sorry, Ryan!), and no word yet on whether or not fellow writer David went, but those of you who are in New York and heard about the art exhibit - Did you go? How was it? Was New York City Councilman (and Comptroller Candidate) John Liu fantastically vague and diplomatic as usual? Did our dear friend Taiyo do a good job of counteracting that by being provocative and saying too much (which, I think, is how it should be done)? What were students' art work like? Did it inspire any new thoughts or emotions in you?

4 comments:

  1. David said...

    I did go! I really liked the artwork. It all came from a place of great artistic talent as well as insight into hate.  

  2. David said...

    I believe John Liu only sent a "rep", which is very like him as a politician so I'm not sure I'd be surprised. Wasn't there for Taiyo's performance, but I heard he did really well!  

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