H. Paxton Moore Art Gallery, El Centro College

H. Paxton Moore Art Gallery, El Centro College

http://www.elcentrocollege.edu/Campusinfo/

(214) 860-2115

801 Main Street

Dallas, TX 75202

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H. Paxton Moore Art Gallery, El Centro College

June 10 - July 1, 2016

A group show focusing on the artwork and social activism of the Dallas-based Ash Studios art collective. Darryl Ratcliff and Fred Villanueva will curate a selection of art that has been produced at Ash Studios and present documentation of their social practices.



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