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Crossing the Invisible Line: The Art of Immigration

Through July 31st.2011 SONOMA – University Art Gallery and Department of Art and Art History, is pleased to present Crossing the Invisible Line: The Art of Immigration. The exhibition looks at the complex issue of immigration from a variety of perspectives, including paintings, prints, photographs, and sculpture by contemporary artists along with historical documents and artifacts from regional museums.

Organized by the students of ArtH 494: Gallery and Museum Methods documents and artifacts from the Chinese Historical Society of America in San Francisco and the Sonoma County Museum are on display along with several of the students are bringing in immigration materials from their own families and friends.

A partial list of artists includes:

Mariana Barnes (San Jose)
Enrique Chagoya (San Francisco)
Hung Liu (Oakland)
Elena Lokshina (San Francisco)
Oscar Magallanes (Los Angeles)
Sonia Melnikova-Raich (San Francisco)
Favianna Rodriguez (Oakland)
Frank Wong (San Francisco)

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Misty Ericson
Misty Ericson holds a BA in English & Comparative Literature from San Jose State University, California, and an MA History of Art from University of Leeds, UK. In addition to her work on HerCircleEzine.com, which she founded in 2005, Misty enjoys painting in her studio and restoring her home in the English countryside.
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