You are cordially invited to an exhibition opening and lecture by internationally renowned Native-American/Hispanic Performance and Public Artist James Luna on April 7th:
OPENING: WORKS OF ART BY 9 ARTISTS OF COLOR
Thursday April 7, 2005
Six o'clock in the evening
KANE HALL First Floor
The Washington State Arts Commission Art in Public Places Program will present to the University of Washington a new collection of 18 works of art by 9 nationally-recognized artists of color on the theme of identity.
Barbara Carrasco, Rupert Garcia, Glenn Ligon, James Luna, Roger Shimomura, Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie, Hung Liu, Carrie May Weems, Gu Xiong
FORMAL PROGRAM at 6:15pm
Remarks by a representative of the Washington State Arts Commission UW Vice President and Vice Provost Rusty Barcelo
A member of the UW Board of Regents
Students Jaebadiah Gardner and Sumona Das Gupta
ALSO: At 7:00pm in Kane Hall Room 220, April 7, internationally-renowned public and performance artist James Luna, whose triptych of photographic prints, Half Indian/Half Mexican, are included in the new collection, will speak about how his background has inspired his work. Admission free to the public.
Questions? Contact Associate Dean Gail Dubrow at firstname.lastname@example.org or 616-7116.