The vibrant George Floyd mural around Apple Pioneer Place in Portland, Oregon will survive under the care of a non-profit organization Don’t shoot PDX. Apple donated community artwork to preserve the spirit of the 2020 social and racial justice protests.
Last summer, when the villagers made their voices to the community at the plywood barricades of Apple’s downtown Portland store Emma Berger Painted a portrait of George Floyd and wrote “I can’t breathe”. Almost overnight, ordinary blackboards turned into expressive collages, capturing the fight for change.
Don’t shoot PDX, “a social justice non-profit organization that aims to promote art, education, and citizen participation to create social change” Announced on its website It has assumed the responsibility of saving the panel.The group actively participates in community activities and held the 7th annual MLK Day March In downtown Portland. PDX does not invite any artists participating in the mural Reach out And keep in touch.
In the statement Oregonian Apple said today:
Artists in the Portland community reimagined the blank canvases surrounding our Pioneer Store’s Apple Store and created monumental artworks to commemorate the ongoing justice struggle as well as George Floyd, Braina Taylor and Ai The life of Hamed Abery. Apple supports artists and everyone who fights for social and racial justice. We are honored to host the mural and are pleased to entrust the artwork to “Don’t Shoot Portland” to support them in advocating social change.
Don’t shoot PDX has not announced whether the mural will be displayed publicly in the future.Apple Pioneer Square Ruins Temporarily closed And it needs further repair before reopening.
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