CAM’s partnership with Creative Reaction Lab (CRXLAB) is celebrated in the Education Galleries this season with two presentations. From March through May, CAM will display a selection of posters created by young Black and Latinx designers and artists who participated in CRXLAB’s Artwork for Equity program. With a focus on this year’s theme of “Human Rights” and the 2021 theme “Miseducated,” these works highlight equitable access to healthcare and education in the United States.
Creative Reaction Lab was founded in support of the Uprising in Ferguson. Today, CRXLAB is dedicated to building a youth-led, community-centered movement of a new type of civic leader for racial and health equity: Redesigners for Justice™.
CRXLAB x CAM is organized for the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis by Michelle Dezember, Director of Learning and Engagement, and Miriam Ruiz, School and Community Programs Manager, in partnership with Creative Reaction Lab’s Antionette Carroll, Founder, President, and CEO; Robert Beckles, Programs and Education Coordinator; and Tepra Wells, Development and Communications Coordinator.