Artist Talk: Sabina Haque

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Regional Arts & Culture Council says
Sabina Haque, artist-in-residence with the City of Portland Archives & Records Center, has created a multi-media art exhibit exploring the fraught process of annexation and growth as experienced by disparate communities east of 82nd Ave. From farm culture to car culture, from ethnically homogenous to diverse, from English to Hmong, Vietnamese, Spanish, Mandarin, Somali, Annexation & Assimilation along 82nd Ave explores the changing cultural and physical landscape and shifting demographics over the last 100 years. The exhibition includes 20ft large-scale video projections, poster installations, and oral histories.

On Thursday, November 17 there will be an Artist Talk beginning at 7 p.m. at APANO/JAMS, 8114 SE Division St, Portland, Oregon 97206.

The event is free and open to the public from 6-8 p.m.
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By: Regional Arts & Culture Council

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