Thursday, July 12, 2018

“FLUSH: A Protest Project”





Inspired by local artist and activist Elaine Badgley Arnoux, who saw a pile of toilets in her apartment’s basement and envisioned Trump sitting on top, 15 artists have each transformed toilets into anti-Trump statements.



It’s called “FLUSH: A Protest Project” a free art show taking place at the historic Swedish American Hall. The show is open Friday and Saturdays (11am-5pm) through the end of July.


FLUSH will be open Fridays & Saturdays 11-5pm through July 28.

Also during 3 evening events 7-9pm:
Poetry Reading July 14
Artists Panel July 20
Closing Party July 28

Swedish American Hall, 2174 Market St between Church & Sanchez, SF
#flushprotest


Older, informative article about Elaine:


2174 Market St, San Francisco

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