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‘Us vs. The Weather Change’ Comes to Adams Square

The “Us vs. The Weather Change” by The Campbell Center will be on display at the Adams Square Mini Park Gas Station from Monday, Jan. 15, through Friday, March 22.
The Campbell Center associates’ installation reflects their challenges with global warming. The associates have decorated umbrellas that reflect the stress and anxiety that climate discourse causes them. The umbrellas are turned upside to symbolize shelter and protection, and recycled cactus pillows at the base of the installation reflect the environments unknown.
The Campbell Center aims to showcase the work of their associates through the installation, and demonstrate opportunities for growth in expressing themselves through art. Since 2018 The Campbell Center has held open-house events and galleries that contain the art of various artists with disabilities, showcasing their work through watercolors, acrylic paint and community murals.
To learn more about The Campbell Center, visit TheCampbell.org.
The Adams Square Mini Park Gas Station, located at 1020 E Palmer Ave. in Glendale., art installations are sponsored by the Glendale Arts and Culture Commission and the Community Services and Parks Department. There is an ongoing open call for artists submissions, which can be found at glendaleartsandculture.org/adams

First published in the January 6 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.

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