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An exhibit featuring resistance and resilience through art at MarinMOCA
Opening Events, August 10:
* Curator’s Talk: 3:30 – 4:00 pm
* Reception: 5:00 – 7:00 pm
* August 24, 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Exhibit Dates: August 10 – September 15
[Pictured: “Experiment D15” by Irene Wibawa (detail)]
The Marin Museum of Contemporary Art presents “Hungry Ghosts,” an exhibit that explores the intersection between chronic heartache and prescriptions for resilience.
Produced and curated by “A Place Of Her Own” Founder Cynthia Tom and Assistant Curator Maggie Yee, the show includes mixed media works by 14 women artists who examine their ancestral family patterns and stories through their artwork.
Ms. Tom explains: “PLACE is an organization with a powerful mission to support and promote the heartfelt aspirations of vibrant women. In order to change, thrive and lead, women must first acknowledge their significance in the world. Out of radical self-care comes a growing sense of power and clarity of one’s priorities. To have a place of one’s own is to proclaim that each and every woman matters.”
MarinMOCA invites the public to engage with the powerful narrative and artwork in “Hungry Ghosts.”
On view August 10 through September 15 with an Opening Reception on August 10, 5pm-7pm and Curator’s Talk from 3:30pm – 4pm. This exhibit is free to the public.
Art Talk: August 24, 1pm – 4pm. Artist Talk and Q & A with the artists who will share their personal journeys and art process.
Participating Artists: Angela Bau, Frances Cachapero, Grace Hwang Lynch, Irene Wibawa, Julie Anderson, Lisa Rodondi, Manon Bogerd Wada, Natalie Sacramento, Paz Zamora, Reiko Fujii, Cynthia Tom, Maggie Yee, Sue Tom, Tomo Hirai
500 Palm Drive, Novato, CA 94949
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