‘We are all homeless’ exhibit aims to humanize issue

‘We are all homeless’ exhibit aims to humanize issue

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Willie Baronet of Dallas, Texas, hangs his art exhibit, “We Are All Homeless,” on Monday at the Durango Transit Center. The display is made up of about 80 signs that he has collected from Europe, Australia and the U.S. and will be up through Sept. 4. The backside of the wall will have cardboard up and pens available for people to write their answers to the question, “What is home?”
Willie Baronet, of Dallas, hangs his art exhibit “We Are All Homeless” on Monday at the Durango Transit Center. The display is made up of about 80 signs that he has collected from Europe, Australia and the U.S. and will be up through Labor Day. Baronot is also screening his documentary film “We Are All Homeless” at 3 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Animas City Theater.

‘We are all homeless’ exhibit aims to humanize issue

Willie Baronet of Dallas, Texas, hangs his art exhibit, “We Are All Homeless,” on Monday at the Durango Transit Center. The display is made up of about 80 signs that he has collected from Europe, Australia and the U.S. and will be up through Sept. 4. The backside of the wall will have cardboard up and pens available for people to write their answers to the question, “What is home?”
Willie Baronet, of Dallas, hangs his art exhibit “We Are All Homeless” on Monday at the Durango Transit Center. The display is made up of about 80 signs that he has collected from Europe, Australia and the U.S. and will be up through Labor Day. Baronot is also screening his documentary film “We Are All Homeless” at 3 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Animas City Theater.
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