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Creativity Unconfined: Finding Meaning in Handcrafted Objects from WWII Japanese American Incarceration Camps 

When: Wednesdays, Fridays-Sundays. Continues through Sept. 14 2017
Phone: 510-637-0455
Price: Free
Despite an unjust situation and a harsh, unforgiving landscape, WWII Japanese American internees prevailed, revealing their unbreakable spirit. This exhibit explores the enduring importance and meaning of the handcrafted objects they made from behind the barbed wire of WWII Japanese American incarceration camps. OPENING RECEPTION - featuring a presentation by Art of Gaman author, Delphine Hirasuna is July 14, 2017 7:00 pm. Exhibit runs July 14 - September 14, 2017


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