Kinship and the Politics of Healthcare

Friday, December 7, 2018
6:00 – 10:00 pm

You are invited to a free reception for the group art show Kinship and the Politics of Healthcare at Puerta’s Gallery in Phoenix. Come on down to see some spectacular artwork, meet the artists and have a glass of wine in this gem of an urban art gallery!

Young Survival Coalition for young women with breast cancer will receive 10% of art sale proceeds.


Photo courtesy of Dorri Thyden

Photo courtesy of Dorri Thyden

Puerta’s Gallery, owned by artist Dorri Thyden, is an art gallery dedicated to creative expression, critical thinking and community engagement. By combining her experience in politics and civics with her love of art, Dorri opened Puerta’s Gallery to serve as a creative outlet for people to learn and engage in policy and politics through art.

Puerta’s Gallery
1619 E. McDowell Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85006
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David Brady

Lisa Godo

Kimberly Marie Jack

Katheryn Lorimor

Susan Norton-Scott

Pam O’Neil

Jeff Robinson

Carolyn Sechler

Dorri Thyden

Karen Wilson

Charity Beneficiary

We will donate 10% of the art sale proceeds to Young Survival Coalition, a powerful community fighting breast cancer in young women.

Curator & Point of Contact

Healing Art Curator
Lisa Godo, Artist and Owner


Puerta's Gallery

By focusing on political art, Puerta’s Gallery fosters a multidimensional and in-depth approach to evaluating ideas and perspectives through creative expression. From cave paintings to pop art, the visual representations of ideas and information have always been used to communicate culture, ideas and historic events. Puerta’s Gallery looks to use art to encourage and foster an open mind and critical eye toward the ideas we share and the information we consume.

Kinship and the Politics of Healthcare