Windows of Understanding: We See Through HATE
2019 Bildner Center’s Windows
- Starbucks - 391 George Street, New Brunswick
- American Hungarian Foundation - 300 Somerset Street, New Brunswick
Artwork on left by Rachel Asarnow (Starbucks)
Artwork on right by Amee Pollack (American Hungarian Foundation)
A public art project that ran all of February 2019 on more than 40 storefronts in New Brunswick and Highland Park rooted in social justice. Artists paired with non-profit organizations interpret the question "How do we see through hate?" and transform local businesses into windows of understanding. #WeSeeThroughHate
Presented by the New Brunswick Community Arts Council, Rutgers' Mason Gross School of the Arts, and the Highland Park Arts Commission.
Read an article about this public art project in the New Jersey Jewish News. Click here.