Digital art display on Spokane's Black Lives Matter mural promotes COVID-19 awareness

From paintings and digital projections to poetry and comic strips, works of art were projected onto Spokane’s Black Lives Matter mural Monday night as part of a campaign to promote COVID-19 wellness while celebrating the social movement.

The display represented a collaboration between the Spokane-based digital art residency Laboratory, artist nonprofit Terrain and the Black Lens, an independent publication focused on Spokane’s Black community, for the Black Lens’ Create Health initiative.

Ginger Ewing, Terrain’s executive director, said the campaign’s goal is to bring COVID-19 resources to communities that have been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus.

“What better way to highlight the work around Create Health and those disparities against

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