LLC Celebration and Created Equal Trigger Exhibit
Gilbert, AZ – Elaine Kessler Photography (EKP) has been in business for 4 years and is now an LLC. They are celebrating with a ribbon cutting on Monday, October 13th at 1pm at the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce, located at 119 N Gilbert Rd #101, Gilbert, AZ 85234. The mayor is scheduled to arrive at 1:15pm and there will be a DJ, desserts, and more.
Owner Elaine Kessler says, “As a business devoted to ‘capturing your present and creating your future,’ this ribbon cutting commemorates work involving over 600 shoots across the North American continent and hundreds of amazing people with beautiful lives, souls and stories. EKP looks forward to creating more images that result in legacies of abundance, love and fulfillment.”
Additionally, local artists and photographers will be presenting their art work in the second exhibit in the Created Equal series entitled Created Equal: Voting, which will be held on October 18th from 6-8pm at the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce. Created Equal: Voting will explore voting and our political climate as we head into election season. Created Equal Trigger Exhibits is an organization that hosts and presents art exhibits that are designed to trigger conversation and where conversation is facilitated to trigger civic action.
The purpose of these exhibits is to focus on topics that are relevant to Americans and will include education, immigration, health care, welfare, religion, and voting. Facilitators at these exhibits will initiate and sustain conversations around these ideas. Various community organizations will offer actions for the audience to take, such as registering to vote, offering resources, etc.
The first exhibit focused on the state of the American Dream and attendees had this to say about Created Equal: The exhibit left me with “appreciation and a new sense of hope” and an “expansion of perspectives”; “Perspective – changing moments can happen anytime. Be open to them”; “Art increases understanding like no other forms of communication can”; “Inspiring, captivating, sensual, provocative”; and “Provokes thought and reflection – we need more of this!”
The exhibit is free and open to the public. There will be sculpture, photography, music, dance and more! Parental guidance is suggested as all works may not be perfectly suitable to young viewers.
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If you would like more information about this event or to schedule an interview with Elaine Kessler, please call 817-845-1596 or email Melissa Perkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.