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                                People draped in black lie down on July 9 by Sean Derry’s public art sculpture in Homer as part of a statewide art intervention to protest Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s veto of a state appropriation to the Alaska State Council on the Arts. They also supported a general override of Dunleavy’s vetoes that will affect funding for the University of Alaska, public radio and other programs. Derry’s sculpture was commissioned as a 1% for art project associated with the remodeling of Pioneer Hall at the Kachemak Bay Campus, Kenai Peninsula College, University of Alaska. The protest was not sanctioned by the college.

Photo by Michael Armstrong/Homer News People draped in black lie down on July 9 by Sean Derry’s public art sculpture in Homer as part of a statewide art intervention to protest Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s veto of a state appropriation to the Alaska State Council on the Arts. They also supported a general override of Dunleavy’s vetoes that will affect funding for the University of Alaska, public radio and other programs. Derry’s sculpture was commissioned as a 1% for art project associated with the remodeling of Pioneer Hall at the Kachemak Bay Campus, Kenai Peninsula College, University of Alaska. The protest was not sanctioned by the college.

Homer artists join statewide ‘art intervention’ against governor’s vetoes

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