I’m pleased to announce that A Circle and Three Lines will be a part of the Instructions for Peace exhibit, a touring art gallery which showcases thought-provoking multimedia installations about peace in today’s world.
I’m honored to be a part of this exhibit, which will also showcase works from Mina Blyly Strauss, Lourdes Cue, Colette Gaiter, Anita Glesta, Wing Young Huie, Betto Limon, Fang-Yu Lin, Rebecca McDonald, Hend Al Mansour, John Noltner, Phira Rehm, Roberta Rivera, Niccu Taffarodi, and Missy Whiteman.
A Circle and Three Lines is my regional Emmy©-winning short film that follows the 50 year history of the peace symbol.
Please stop by with your family and friends. The exhibit takes place at the Katherine E. Nash Gallery and Quarter Gallery from June 25 to July 20, 2013 and is free and open to the public. I will personally be attending the July 11th program and public reception at 7:00 pm, so please feel free to stop by and say hi!
For more information, visit the Exhibit’s Facebook page and see below:
Location and Hours
Katherine E. Nash Gallery and Quarter Gallery
Regis Center for Art, University of Minnesota
405 21st Avenue South, Minneapolis, 612-624-7530
Parking is available nearby at the 21st Avenue ramp, hourly or event rates apply.
Gallery hours are 11am to 7pm, Tuesday through Saturday.
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