Photo by Du Chau

The South Dallas Cultural Center will present an exhibition of works featuring artists from two different cultures, America (Texas) and Africa (Nigeria). Ceramic pottery and sculpture hold the common thread among these artists. This group exhibition features 22 artists, including 11 from Texas and 111 from Nigeria. John Agberia of Nigeria and Du Chau, a Vietnamese Texan, have curated the exhibit.

Featured artists include John Tokpabere Agberia, Du Chau, Lisa Ehrich, Anthony O. Etuokwu, Barbara Frey, Juan Granados, Dan Hammett, Virginia Marsh, Emmanuel Kema Mordi, Victor Nwokeogu, Anthony Okonofua, Elizabeth C. Onyebi, Edem E. Peters, Marty Ray, Louise Rosenfield, Tammie Rubin, Charlotte Tam-george, John Jonah Umoh, Uwa J. Usen, Festus Uzzi, Merrie Wright, and Marla Ziegler.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through October 26.

The South Dallas Cultural Center will present an exhibition of works featuring artists from two different cultures, America (Texas) and Africa (Nigeria). Ceramic pottery and sculpture hold the common thread among these artists. This group exhibition features 22 artists, including 11 from Texas and 111 from Nigeria. John Agberia of Nigeria and Du Chau, a Vietnamese Texan, have curated the exhibit.

Featured artists include John Tokpabere Agberia, Du Chau, Lisa Ehrich, Anthony O. Etuokwu, Barbara Frey, Juan Granados, Dan Hammett, Virginia Marsh, Emmanuel Kema Mordi, Victor Nwokeogu, Anthony Okonofua, Elizabeth C. Onyebi, Edem E. Peters, Marty Ray, Louise Rosenfield, Tammie Rubin, Charlotte Tam-george, John Jonah Umoh, Uwa J. Usen, Festus Uzzi, Merrie Wright, and Marla Ziegler.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through October 26.

The South Dallas Cultural Center will present an exhibition of works featuring artists from two different cultures, America (Texas) and Africa (Nigeria). Ceramic pottery and sculpture hold the common thread among these artists. This group exhibition features 22 artists, including 11 from Texas and 111 from Nigeria. John Agberia of Nigeria and Du Chau, a Vietnamese Texan, have curated the exhibit.

Featured artists include John Tokpabere Agberia, Du Chau, Lisa Ehrich, Anthony O. Etuokwu, Barbara Frey, Juan Granados, Dan Hammett, Virginia Marsh, Emmanuel Kema Mordi, Victor Nwokeogu, Anthony Okonofua, Elizabeth C. Onyebi, Edem E. Peters, Marty Ray, Louise Rosenfield, Tammie Rubin, Charlotte Tam-george, John Jonah Umoh, Uwa J. Usen, Festus Uzzi, Merrie Wright, and Marla Ziegler.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through October 26.

WHEN

WHERE

South Dallas Cultural Center
3400 S. Fitzhugh Ave.
Dallas, TX 75201
http://sdcc.dallasculture.org/arthello-beck-gallery-and-emerging-artists-gallery/

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