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De Anza College Euphrat Art Museum Art Exhibit, Focus on Silicon Valley, through end of April

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In February 2009, the Euphrat Museum of Art opens its   doors to a brand new exhibition space.

INAUGURAL ART EXHIBITION:
Looking Back, Looking Ahead
February 17 – April 16 (EXTENDED TO END OF APRIL!!!!), 2009
Closed Spring Break, March 30 – April 4
Reception with the Artists: Tuesday, March 11, 5:30-7:30pm.

The exhibit has been extended to accommodate the CSA conference at De Anza on April 24th!!!!

The Euphrat Museum of Art at De Anza College serves a culturally diverse, technologically sophisticated, urban community undergoing rapid economic and social changes. Looking Back, Looking Ahead is an eclectic look at Silicon Valley’s varied and colorful growth through visual media and shared narratives. This inaugural exhibition honors our past and looks to the future as we weave together the stories of artists and the stories of Silicon Valley residents and groups in an effort to understand the fascinating community that we are situated in. This is Silicon Valley. This is our story, your story.

Artists include: Paul Pei-Jen Hau, Agnes Pelton, Thai Bui, Rene Yung, Angela Buenning Filo, Consuelo Jimenez Underwood, C

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3 thoughts on “De Anza College Euphrat Art Museum Art Exhibit, Focus on Silicon Valley, through end of April

  1. Too bad the show will close before the CSA conference.

  2. No, no, no! Jan, the curator, has agreed to keep the show up through the conference!

  3. Great — but maybe ask them to change the date on the page.

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