November 21-December 31
FOCUS ON DIVERSITY PANEL DISCUSSION
Join us in celebrating the ceramic work of Tea Thanhbinh Duong, John Hasegawa, Veronica Arquilevich Guzmán, Lily Liu, Dwayne Sackey, Linda Dalal Sawaya, Anshula Tayal in conversation about the intersection of their cultural roots and clay practice, in conjunction with Focus on Diversity, an exhibit at the Governors Mansion, Salem, OR.
NOW ON DISPLAY!
Focus On Diversity is a curated group exhibition highlighting the stylistically diverse work of eight accomplished Oregon ceramic artists of color.
Kimberly Ota | Dwayne Sackey | Veronica Arquilevich Guzmán
John Hasagawa | Linda Dalal Sawaya | Lily Liu Tea
Thanhbinh Duong | Anshula Tayal
The exhibition is at the Governor’s Mansion in Salem, OR and will be on display for an entire year. October 8th 2021- 2022
Visitors will be provided with a curators statement that introduces and describes the show and the artist’s work.
We look forward to scheduling celebratory events when COVID protocols allow.
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