Smoke and Mirrors!

Sargent Johnson Gallery

Using words, numbers and images in this interdisciplinary exhibition, artists create beautiful evidence that shares experiences of men and women of color who have been impacted by the war on drugs, the evolution of cannabis policies and facts about the healing properties of marijuana. In an interactive installation, visitors are invited to share their own experiences with cannabis.

This is what SF/Arts curator Betsy Crabtree has to say about Smoke and Mirrors! :

In this interdisciplinary exhibition at the Sargent Johnson Gallery in the African American Arts & Culture Complex, artists explore the disproportionate impact of the War on Drugs on people of color, as well as the impact of the evolution of cannabis policies. Visitors are invited to share their own experiences with cannabis in an interactive installation. Free.

Event Info
Apr 18 → Aug 31
Mon-Sat noon-4 pm
African American Art & Culture Complex
762 Fulton, San Francisco
Info: 415-922-2049
Venue: 292-1850
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