Producers Barbosa Prince and Julia Schroeder will be shooting interviews at: DISPLACEMENT an art show curated by artist and fellow filmmaker Gerardo Chow. Press release follows below:

The Exhibition Opens:
December 3rd, 2016
7 to 9pm
Studio 23 Gallery
2309B Encinal Ave.
Alameda, CA. 94501


The group art exhibit is benefiting housing rights services that help fight displacement by informing residents of their rights. California artists along with Chulita Vinyl Club (an all female DJ group) are donating their time and skills to make this a memorable event for everyone!


Let those who have been affected by displacement know they are not alone and that there is hope. Proceeds donated to Oakland’s housing rights organization Causa Justa :: Just Cause.

3 Dot will also provide art for a “Just Cause” so be sure to stop by our neighbors!

Why We Care.  Why you should…

Artists have always been used as a stepping stone in converting low income neighborhoods into hip and happening places where money can be invested. Only then does the City care enough to start cleaning it up so folks with money can begin to move into remodeled residential buildings after old residents get evicted.
This show is an opportunity for all artists to do what we do best, express our feelings and emotions about this growing virus that is affecting so many low income neighborhoods, and allow them to showcase conscious work that speaks against Displacement atrocities rather than disguising it.

Art donated from a variety of California artists tackling Displacement and its atrocities.
Txu Txo Perez
Wesley E. Warren
Gerardo Chow
Jessica Warren
Veronica Solis
Less Toila
and more!

Gerardo Chow will be displaying a trailer for his film “Gentrify Oakland.”

Producer Director Barbosa Prince will be displaying a stencil print of the Caution Mural .

This is a great opportunity to support Just Cause and the great work they are doing as well as connect with artists who are making an impact by creating work that speaks up for the community and rights of people affected by gentrification.

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