‘Dreams Deferred: Artists Respond to Immigration Reform’ this Thursday at the Chinese American Museum

The Chinese American Museum and El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument present
‘Dreams Deferred : Artists Respond to Immigration Reform’
December 10, 2010 – May 22, 2011

Opening Reception: Thurs, December 9th 6-8:30 PM (free to the public)

Featuring works by:
Augustine Kofie
Cache
Eriberto Oriol
Ernesto Yerena Montejano
Eyeone
Jesus Barraza of Dignidad Rebelde
Joel “rage.one” Garcia
John Carlos De Luna
K. Lovich
LeHumanBeing
Oscar Magallanes
Patrick Martinez
Sand One
Shark Toof
Shepard Fairey
O.G. Slick
Swank
Tempt
+ more!

Co-Sponsors:
Self Help Graphics
The UCLA Labor Center
Asian Pacific American Legal Center
Mid-City Arts

This exhibit will showcase local artists exploring the tensions, repercussions, hopes, and dreams of immigrant communities in the face of new immigration legislation, through a broad spectrum of art including street art, graffiti art, sculptures, painting and multimedia installations.

Chinese American Museum
425 N. Los Angeles Street (at Arcadia) in Los Angeles, 90012
(213) 485-8567 / www.camla.org

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