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Equal Pay Day: Pop-Up Art Show

See “The Shape of Change” art show in SF about wage inequality this Friday
By - posted 4/9/2018 No Comment

Join the special final viewing of “The Shape of Change” and a special celebration in honor of gender equality and diversity. Enjoy wine, beer, food and music in the transformed atrium of the Minnesota Street Project.

The Shape of Change
Friday, April 13, 2018 | 4 to 7 pm
Minnesota Street Project, 1275 Minnesota St, SF
FREE, but an RSVP is required

“The Shape of Change” is a compelling pop-up art installation by acclaimed artist Val Britton, which will foster creative problem solving and dialogue around wage inequality while it is on display at the Minnesota Street Project from April 9th to 14th, during the week of Equal Pay Day.

However, there’s nothing better than gathering for a good cause. Each guest will receive a token to make a donation to one of several charities (eg. Women Who Code, Black Girls Code, and Dress for Success) that support gender parity.

In honor of Equal Pay Day 2018, Gallery Wendi Norris and the Minnesota Street Project have partnered with Hired.com to create an immersive art installation to bring to life the gender wage gap data from Hired’s third annual “State of Wage Inequality” report.