RAW! Reed Arts Week features PNCA faculty and alumni
October 30, 2019
An annual event at Portland's Reed College, Reed Arts Week is a student-curated series of exhibitions and events that regularly includes work and performances by PNCA alumni, students, and faculty as well as work by Reed students and visiting artists. This year there are exhibitions on view by V Maldonado, Laura Camila Medina, and Samantha Wall and a workshop by Demian DinéYazhi' among the scheduled events.
This year, Reed Arts Week runs October 29 to November 3, 2019. RAW 2019: OUR REALITY? reflects, "the curators’ interest in the political nature of art and its potential to catalyze action. OUR REALITY? questions where we are, how we got here, and where we want to go." OUR REALITY? is curated and organized by 2019 Artistic Directors: Ruby Carmel; Gerry Peña-Martinez; Grey Saquee; and Tatiana Zancajo-Lugo.
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