Seattle APA Adoptee art exhibit

BORN INTO IDENTITY: The Asian Pacific American Adoptees Experience
The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
On display through June 19, 2011
Community Portrait Gallery

What does it mean to be an adult adoptee?
Through the artworks of 13 APA Adoptee artists and oral histories from
community members, this exhibit explores the complexities of being an
APA Adoptee.

Generously Supported by: Anonymous (2), Lana Abrams, Martin Baker and
Donna Klemka, Harriett and Halley Cody and Harvey Sadis, Cynthia
David/Eli Estey, Emily Estey and Anne Estey, Steve Davis, Bob Evans
and Ben Evans, Frank and Florence Evans in honor of grandson Ben
Evans, Wendy Goffe, Scott Schrum and Maya Schrum, David and Michele
Hasson, Passion Julinsey, Brian Peyton, Beth Takekawa and Tony To
Additional Funding from: 4Culture, The Paul G. Allen Family
Foundation, ArtsFund, City of Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural
Affairs, Ford Foundation, JPMorgan Chase Foundation, The Kresge
Foundation, Metlife Foundation, The Seattle Foundation, Washington
State Arts Commission, Wing Luke Museum Donors and Members
Featured Artists: Nari Baker, Matt Blesse, JooYoung Choi, Amber Field,
Lee Herrick, Jane Jin Kaisen, Marilyn “TiyaDK” Kirby, Anh Ðào Kolbe,
Darius Morrison, mi ok song bruining, Susan Sponsler, Sarah Trent and
Dana Weiser

http://wingluke. org/exhibitions/ special.htm

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