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With Us Comes the Parallax Exhibition

The Stone Center will kick off its 30th anniversary with the opening of its first-ever retrospective, With Us Comes the Parallax. The exhibition opens Thursday, September 13 with a reception featuring artist talks. This event is free and open to the public. This show will feature fourteen award-winning artists representing six countries (U.S., Panama, Botswana, Dominican Republic, Morocco and Canada) and eight states, all of whom have served as Stone Center Visiting Artists. Some works will also be available for purchase during a silent auction to benefit the Stone Center’s arts and cultural programming. Bidding in the silent auction begins online September 7, on-site on September 13, and continues online until September 20 when all bidding ends. The retrospective will include works by:

Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum

Hamid Kachmar

Lucía Méndez Rivas

Tim Okamura

Stefanie Jackson

Philemona Williamson

Eric Mack

Wendy Phillips

Toni Scott

Michael B. Platt

Carole Beane

Arturo Lindsay

Fahamu Pecou

Maya Freelon Asante 

 

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