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Visual Riches: Art by African-American, Asian-American, and Latino Artists in Santa Monica Community Focus Series

Main Gallery May 25–Aug 28, 1994

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Visual Riches: Art by African-American, Asian-American, and Latino Artists in Santa Monica Community Focus Series
May 25–Aug 28, 1994

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Presented at the Community Focus Gallery, Visual Riches celebrated the creative energy and talent of the diverse community of artists who live or work in Santa Monica. The exhibition followed in the spirit of the Santa Monica Festival, which presented the artistic and historical heritage of Latinos and African-Americans in Santa Monica. Artists included were Jeanine Brinker, George Centeno, Julia Nee Chu, David Garcia, Marcial Godoy-Opazo, Shannon Tokuda, and Ron Wilkins.