A new art project being unveiled in Seattle today is part of an effort by Facebook and others to promote the importance of COVID-19 vaccines.
The Community Vaccination Art Program is a public art partnership between the social media giant and Amplifier, a non-profit design lab, and cities across the country.
Facebook, together with the City of Seattle, University of Washington, University District Partnerships and Albertsons/Safeway, commissioned artist and UW medical student Rue Maia Oliver to create an original mural to be installed at Christ Episcopal Church in Seattle’s University District.
Oliver’s artwork is one of a series of “temporary public art installations that reflect the community culture and encourage vaccine awareness and participation,” according to a news release. In addition to Seattle, murals will be installed in San Bernardino; Los Angeles; Mesa, Ariz.; San Antonio, Texas; Jacksonville, Fla.; Detroit, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. Three Canadian cities will also have murals.
Oliver’s colorful mural (above) is being installed at the church today at 4548 Brooklyn Ave N.E. starting at 11:30 a.m. A mobile clinic for COVID and flu vaccines, provided by Albertsons/Safeway, will be held on site from 2 to 5 p.m.
Oliver’s artwork will feature a QR code and a URL that directs viewers to Facebook’s Covid Information Center where people can access up-to-date health information such as where to find a vaccine clinic, questions about vaccines and how to stay safe during the pandemic.
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