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Oak Cliff Cultural Center presents "Identity: I Am One, I Am Many" opening reception

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Photo courtesy of Johnathon Foster

Oak Cliff Cultural Center and Sunset Art Studios will present "Identity: I Am One, I Am Many," an exhibition inspired by the words of Cesar Chavez. "Identity: I Am One, I Am Many" is a group exhibition exploring the ways we define ourselves and the world around us.

"Identity" features the works of Tina Medina, Johnathon Foster, and Iris Bechtol, who are all recipients of Sunset Art Studio's artist residency program, as well as Emily Riggert and Rachel Rushing, artist coordinators of SAS. These artists will look at identity through the lens of culture, politics, gender, and community to open vital discussions to our society.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through June 9.

Oak Cliff Cultural Center and Sunset Art Studios will present "Identity: I Am One, I Am Many," an exhibition inspired by the words of Cesar Chavez. "Identity: I Am One, I Am Many" is a group exhibition exploring the ways we define ourselves and the world around us.

"Identity" features the works of Tina Medina, Johnathon Foster, and Iris Bechtol, who are all recipients of Sunset Art Studio's artist residency program, as well as Emily Riggert and Rachel Rushing, artist coordinators of SAS. These artists will look at identity through the lens of culture, politics, gender, and community to open vital discussions to our society.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through June 9.

Oak Cliff Cultural Center and Sunset Art Studios will present "Identity: I Am One, I Am Many," an exhibition inspired by the words of Cesar Chavez. "Identity: I Am One, I Am Many" is a group exhibition exploring the ways we define ourselves and the world around us.

"Identity" features the works of Tina Medina, Johnathon Foster, and Iris Bechtol, who are all recipients of Sunset Art Studio's artist residency program, as well as Emily Riggert and Rachel Rushing, artist coordinators of SAS. These artists will look at identity through the lens of culture, politics, gender, and community to open vital discussions to our society.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through June 9.

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WHERE

Oak Cliff Cultural Center
223 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75208
https://www.facebook.com/events/288023518288075/

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Admission is free.
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