Congressman John Lewis inspires art installation ‘Good Trouble Bucket’

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Artists Gloria Martinez-Granados and Joan Baron have created an art installation partly inspired by civil rights leader and Congressman John Lewis. It’s entitled “Good Trouble Bucket.”

Martinez-Granados is Latina and a DACA-recipient, while Baron is Jewish and lost family in the Holocaust. Both use their backgrounds in their deeply personal and thought-provoking work.

The two artists discuss the performance and why work like this is so important in today’s environment. We will also get to see clips of the stark yet powerful piece.

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