A Peace of My Mind
An Outdoor Exhibit
OCTOBER 1 - OCTOBER 4
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
"A Peace of My Mind visited 38th and Chicago in the days immediately after George Floyd was killed by police and asked, 'What do you want to say?'"
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
A Peace of My Mind is a multimedia arts project, created by award-winning photographer John Noltner, that uses portraits and personal stories to bridge divides and encourage dialogue around important issues. Through exhibits, workshops, lectures and onsite studios, A Peace of My Mind leads transformative experiences that help a polarized world rediscover the common humanity that connects us.
A Peace of My Mind Exhibit on display outside of the Hopkins Center for the Arts, at the rear of the building, viewable from the alleyway behind Hopkins Center for the Arts to be enjoyed anytime between 6pm-9pm between October 1-4, 2020. The full piece is 15 minutes long.
This event is FREE and open to the public. To protect our patrons’ health and safety, this entirely outdoor event is designed to encourage viewers to enjoy the display at their own pace, while being mindful of social distancing. Masks will be required for this event. Please practice social distancing - 6 feet between people at all times
No reservations needed. No restrooms will be available for use.
Free Parking is available for our viewers in the Hopkins Municipal Parking Ramp or on the street.