CALIFORNIA DREAM: A COMMUNITY RESPONSE
FEATURING HUGO CROSTHWAITE
MARCH 15–MAY 13, 2018
The Museum of Social Justice invited local artists from a variety of backgrounds to respond to the theme California Dream. After Hugo Crosthwaite whitewashed In Memoriam: Los Angeles, he began a new mural at the museum. Local artists, from the streets of Los Angeles, from our prisons, from student groups, and others representing a broad cross-section of California dreamers, contributed original pieces. These submissions have been pieced together on the walls of the museum to form a collage reflecting the community’s response. What is your California Dream? Visitors were invited to participate and draw their dream on the wall in chalk.