100 Days Action

  • Round 11

100 Days Action


This artist collective, formed in response to the 2016 election, organizes interactive exhibitions, performances, artist-led workshops and community care-ins that provide a space, voice and platform for artists and activists to resist the attacks on social programming, health care, immigration and environmental laws that define the new administration’s agenda. 100 Days Action also seeks to put forward new narratives that reimagine our future. The Alternative Exposure grant will support six web-based residencies and a related exhibition in the Bay Area promoting social engagement and artistic resistance leading up to the midterm elections.

Alternative Exposure grantee lead applicant: 

Jeremiah Barber