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Protest Thru Art

Project Date: 
Thursday, September 20, 2012 - 7:45pm to 10:45pm
Location: 
Brickhaus
2604 Greenmount
21218 Baltimore , MD

PROTEST THRU ART celebrates and exemplifies the union of political protest and the artistic process/product. The exhibition builds on the tradition of using art as a method of dissent and expression, as well as organizing and visualizing the possibilities for a more fair future.

Part of the exhibit was a community BBQ celebrating the anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, so we got involved by projecting that night. We used the same material that we attempted at the World Trade Center of Baltimore, but because of the solid wall we had much better results.

In the Media

Below is media coverage of this project. If we've missed something, or for media inquiries, please contact us.

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For artists and activists looking to collaborate: We have an open call for collaborators - please review the details and fill out the linked form in order to propose a site-specific video or animation works to be projected on a Baltimore building or other outdoor surface.


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In the Media

See below for media coverage of Luminous Intervention, or view our full catalog of media coverage. If we've missed something, or for media inquiries, please contact us.

"Homeless Advocates Protest With Empty Coffin Outside State of the District" Washington City Paper Mon, March 24, 2014
"Johns Hopkins Drone Research Sparks Call for Discussion" Indy Reader Mon, March 04, 2013
"Ending Rape Illiteracy" The Nation Tue, October 23, 2012
"Occupy anniversary to be marked with downtown art installation" Baltimore Sun Mon, September 17, 2012
"Outdoor Projections Light Up the West Side" Baltimore City Paper Thu, May 17, 2012