Julie Sokolow, a Pittsburgh-based artist, writes about filming her friends in the Pittsburgh arts scene for a grassroots documentary series called
. "I visited the apartments and art studios of local painters, musicians, writers, adjunct professors, and beyond, to get a sense of their lifestyles, creative passions, and health care stories. Many artists, freelancers, and creative entrepreneurs can’t find affordable health insurance, and thus, have a strong stance on single-payer health care. It is now January 2013, and we just debuted an exhibition
of movie-style posters, judged by a panel from the Criterion Collection, Carnegie Museum of Art, and Warhol Museum. In one year, Healthy Artists has expanded beyond my wildest imaginings..."
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