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RESIST COVID/TAKE 6!

RESIST COVID/TAKE 6!

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise across Texas, eight local museums and organizations have joined together to present RESIST COVID/TAKE 6! The project was created by artist Carrie Mae Weems to raise awareness about COVID-19 among Black, Latinx, Asian/Pacific Islander and Native American communities. In this public art campaign, Weems’ photographs—coupled with healthcare messaging—spread life-saving information to communities of color. The first phase of the project is based on the spread of information through the use of billboards, public announcements and public art projects and the second phase will include the distribution of reusable cloth face masks to Dallas-Fort Worth areas with high COVID-19 infection rates. RESIST COVID/TAKE 6! is a multi-city project led by Dallas Contemporary and a consortium of local nationally recognized museums, including the African American Museum of Dallas, Dallas Museum of Art, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and more.

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