Stories Seldom Told: User Interface
A SAY Sí tradition returns! Stories Seldom Told is a student-led interdisciplinary research project that merges students from the four studios into working groups to create art on a topic that is important to them.
This year’s exhibition, Stories Seldom Told: User Interface, revolves around drugs and substance abuse in the U.S. and its effects on our youth.
Join us for the exhibition opening and live performances on Friday, March 31st, at the SAY Sí Building. This event will begin at 6 pm and end at 9 pm. You can also view our students’ work in our gallery space until May 12th.
Caution for viewers: SAY Sí advises viewers that the art works in this exhibition center on issues of drug dependency, abuse, recovery and its impact on our community.”