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"Six Feeet Apart -- Or Apart?", Patricia Fulce-Smith

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"Six Feeet Apart -- Or Apart?", Patricia Fulce-Smith

Description

The artist Patricia Fulce-Smith created this poster, titled "Six Feet Apart -- Or Apart?" for the Kentucky COVID-19 Poster Project of 2020. This poster uses a variety of visual cues to discuss social, economic, and cultural issues of 2020. These cues include, but are not limited to: COVID-19, racial injustice, Black Lives Matter, Breonna Taylor, face masks, and social aspects of pandemic protocol like social distancing.

Patricia Fulce-Smith was born and raised in Peoria, Illinois, and moved to Louisville in 2003. Fulce-Smith is a multi-media artist and her art primarily depicts women and girls. She is a member of the Louisville Visual Arts Association (LVAA) and has created several murals around Louisville, as well as being an artist for a children's book on Kentucky women.

Source

Kentucky COVID-19 Poster Project, The Filson Historical Society.

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021PR3.03

Original Format

Poster

Citation

Fulce-Smith, Patricia, “"Six Feeet Apart -- Or Apart?", Patricia Fulce-Smith,” The Filson Historical Society Digital Projects, accessed July 16, 2024, https://filsonhistorical.omeka.net/items/show/3125.

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