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Helen Day Art Center, 2012

Helen Day Art Center, 2012 Stowe Vermont

posted at 3:02 pm Wed Oct 31st, 2012 by (WherezIt_Staff)

Our reading event with writer Alisha Laramee HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
This event is part of our current exhibit Migration.
Date: Thursday, November 1st, 2012
Time: 6:00PM

On view through November 25, 2012

Through the perspective of international and national artists
and writers, Migration addresses topics of immigration, emigration, migrant workers, New Americans (refugees), and visa holders. These personal narratives describe physical and cultural dislocation and assimilation, the act of moving,
and migration's socio-political complexities through contemporary and historical lenses.


Chantal Akerman (courtesy of Marian Goodman Gallery NYC); Margarita Cabrera (courtesy of Walter Maciel Gallery L.A.); Esperanza Cortes, Ian Deleon & Kara Stokowski, Ira Eduardovna, Adamantios Kafetzis (courtesy of Kappatos Gallery, Athens); Hung Liu (courtesy of Nancy Hoffman Gallery, NYC); Adrian Paci (courtesy of Peter Blum Gallery, NYC); Judith Quax, Yu-Wen Wu
Alisha Laramee, m.pinchuk
Image: Adrian Paci 'Centro di Permanenza Temporanea', detail of video still

Burlington Free Press: Public Space: Exhibition examines issues of migration - Nicole Haley

Breaking the Silence
Thursday, November 15, 2012 - 6:00PM

An evening of community gathering with Vermont's migrant and local populations.

Music, performances, food, and open discussions with the voices of the migrant populations.

Includes presentations by Ned Castle and the Vermont Folklife Center, a play on Migration by Migrant Justice, and a shared meal organized by artists Ian Deleon and Kara Stokowski.

Relevant Address(es):
Stowe, VT 05672 (Set as Local)

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