Happening @ The Art Center

JIHA MOON: DOUBLE WELCOME, MOST EVERYONE'S MAD HERE

April 6 – June 12

Jiha Moon harvests cultural elements native to Korea, Japan, and China, uniting them with Western elements to investigate the multifaceted nature of our current global identity as influenced by popular culture, technology, racial perceptions, and folklore.

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DEPARTURES: THE ART OF LEAVING THIS PLACE

May 15 – 29

A collaboration with Heart Land Prairie Cemetery

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MURAL INSTALLATION VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

Help install ceramic tile mural at the Salina Art Center!
Last spring, ceramic artist Conrad Snider and a group of twelve volunteer participants from the Salina community gathered in the Art Center’s Warehouse for a series of workshops funded, in part, through the Horizons Grant Program of the Salina Arts & Humanities Foundation. Their purpose was to develop a design for a ceramic tile mural to be installed on the Art Center’s Santa Fe Avenue façade. The result of these efforts is ready to be installed, and we need your help!

Opportunities to assist with the installation are below. If interested, please call the Art Center at 785.827.1431

Thursday, May 26, 9:30 a.m.- early afternoon, Tile installation. Need 4-6 volunteers.
Friday, May 27, 9:30 a.m.- early afternoon, Tile installation. Need 4-6 volunteers

Schedule subject to change depending on weather.

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GALLERY TALK: TRANSCULTURAL EXPRESSION OF DIASPORA ARTISTS

May 26

Shin-hee will discuss Korean culture and the ways in which Korean American artists embrace their cultural heritage in their art, using her own work and that of Jiha Moon as examples.

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