Emerging Immigrant Artists Panel Discussion

Location: Missouri History Museum
Sun, July 14, 2:00pm - 5:00pm
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A panel of scholars and artists featured in the Emerging Immigrant Artists installation will discuss ways in which culture and immigrant status influence an artist’s point of view.

We will examine the question of how cultural heritage may influence the artist during the "Emerging Immigrant Artists" discussion at the Missouri History Museum at 2:00 pm on Sunday, July 14th.

Jose Garza, Contemporary Art Museum Art Educator, and Robert Bullivant, owner of the Bullivant Photo Gallery, will be there to help our artists guide the discussion. Artists who will be participating include Rita Chu, Eliana Cristancho, Benjamin Gomez, Luisa Otero, Sukanya Mani and Shilpa Rao.

Come view the "Emerging Immigrant Artists" exhibit. See the Alfredo Ramos Martinez "Flores Mexicana." Enjoy the discussion and some refreshments provided by the Museum in cool comfort!

You can be taught how to use watercolor, oil or acrylic paints, how to draw with perspective. But have you ever wondered how an artist decides what to paint?

Presented with Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates


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