Weaving American Indian Stories shown in Surprise
, 2023-03-17 14:58:00,
The visual arts exhibit, Weaving American Indian Stories, opens March 11 at Arts HQ Gallery, 16126 N Civic Center Plaza, Surprise.
Featuring local Aboriginal artists, the gallery captures a cultural perspective through contemporary two-dimensional works. Running through April 7 at Arts HQ, the exhibition is free and open to the public.
The gallery is a major component of WVAC’s IMPRINT: Elevating Cultural Diversity in the Arts program, which is a series of annual exhibitions, workshops, lectures, and celebrations recognizing artists of color in and around the Valley.
Artists of color have made significant and positive contributions to culture and communities through the arts, and WVAC seeks to highlight those impressions through activities and ongoing opportunities to engage with diverse perspectives, places, and heritages.
The West Valley Arts Council cultivates the arts and inclusive culture in the West Valley by providing resources and promoting connections.
WVAC is a 501c3 nonprofit organization serving 13 West Valley municipalities by serving as a consultant and advocate for inclusive art and culture, creator and facilitator of innovative arts education programs for all ages, a resource for local artists and a provider of leadership in learning about the trends and impact of art and culture in the region.
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