The PAC Stages a Pac-Man-Shaped Rally By the AT&TPAC. Any Questions?
|Photos by Danny Fulgencio|
|A startling look down private health care's profit-hungry Pac-Man gullet.|
There's a word for what happened Sunday, when the Dallas Professional Artists' Coalition took their health-care protest to the Arts District: anti-climactic. Donned in their canary-colored trash bags, PAC reps formed a Pac-Man (or so we think) as a metaphor for the health care industry's unbridled consumption, said organizers. (Actually, as you can see, they didn't so much form a Pac-Man so much as stand in the chalk outline of the video-game character.) It also had something to do with creating solidarity amongst local artists and building momentum toward "an art-friendly solution to the health care crisis." More photos of the happening follow after the jump.
Don't worry, though. We've got better dress-up items forthcoming from the weekend. Five words: "Princess Leia slave-girl costume." Happy early Halloween.
|An organizer directs traffic with his megaphone as the news cameras roll.|
|Checking the schematics|