Poster maker and political artist Doug Minkler talks about his experience creating the collaborative large scale "U.S. Out of Central America" sculpture in the Emeryville Mudflats and his feelings about its subsequent demolition a day later. He discusses making and exhibiting political art, selling work on Telegraph Avenue and being left with the lesson of the Mudflats experience that, there, "a small group of people could have a big effect, that the number of people that saw that sculpture, even on one day, was profound"
Artist and educator Charlie Milgrim talks about her building experiences in the Emeryville mudflats: building sculptures with high-school students during her first teaching experience in 1975 and collaboratively creating large scale activist pieces protesting the U.S. involvement in the Civil War in El Salvador in the late 1980s.
Artist Tyler Hoare talks about his building experiences in the Emeryville mudflats.
Muralist Dan Fontes talks about his building experiences in the Emeryville mudflats.
Artist and politican Scott Donahue talks about his building experiences in the Emeryville mudflats.