Friday, November 12, 2010

Interconnected: Works by Yuriko Yamaguchi

Interconnected: Works by Yuriko Yamaguchi
Sunday, September 12 - December 11
Asian Arts Gallery, Center for the Arts, Towson University

Noted Japanese American artist Yuriko Yamaguchi recognizes how nature and technologies are intertwined and finding a way to have them coexist peacefully is the center of her new works that speak about “Interconnectedness” in various different media and art forms. Through her powerful art installations, Yamaguchi reminds people of how all lives are interconnected to one another, which ultimately bring people together despite their differences in religion, nationalities, and race.  
Admission is free. This exhibition is part of the Many Moons Festival 2010 and  the Tri-State Sculptors Association annual conference.

The Asian Arts & Culture Center
at Towson University Center for the Arts
Located at the corner of Osler & Cross Campus Blvd,
Towson, MD 21252

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