Migrations: Stories of Rice

This past Sunday at the Longheu P+V Gallery, we began the “Stories of Rice,” an art project which explores the meanings of women’s work through history. A warm-up for the “Migrations” exhibition, the project combines stories, old photographs, and embroidery. The project is curated by German artist Katharina Sommer. Interested? If you would like to join us, please subscribe to the Handshake 302 We Chat account to register for the next workshop on Sunday, November 26.

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2 thoughts on “Migrations: Stories of Rice

  1. Fabulous. Wish we could have convinced Parsons to let us do an exhibit here. Maybe worth trying again.

    What’s the “Migrations” exhibit? Will we see it in January?

    J

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