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En-Justice: How Change Happens

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VAE and The Left Bank, Maurice Kahn Gallery announce a new exhibition by artist/scientist, Emma Bullock, titled, En-Justice: How Change Happens.


OPENING RECEPTION Friday, January 5th from 5-7pm. 2024


Join us for refreshments and an open Q&A with the artist. The show runs thru Feb. 1st.

Emma's two passions of Art and Science are intimately brought together in this exhibition of 10 interviews (text) and portraits of environmental activists from around the country. She shifts the focus from political to personal as she depicts these men & women who are the change makers for health, well-being and strong advocates for environmental justice.

Pictured above: Lisa Finley-DeVille is the president of the grassroots organization Fort Berthold Protectors of Water and Earth Rights (Fort Berthold POWER) and
a community organizer on the Fort Berthold Reservation in western North Dakota. She is also a Representative in the North Dakota Legislative Branch as of 2023. The background for her portrait was inspired by Lisa’s
dedication to her community and the work she has done to keep oilcompanies accountable.

Gallery Hours:

 Monday and Friday 10am-2pm

 Wednesday 5:30-7:30pm and also open by chance and by appointment. Contact gallery director Rhonda Ratray at

More on Emma Bullock and her other projects can be seen at: For more info on the show, call Matthew at 802-379-3763.

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