Arts in Contemporary Cultures visit to Oak Cliff Cultural Center

Arts in Contemporary Cultures visit to Oak Cliff Cultural Center

The Oak Cliff Cultural Center recently presented “Written and Witnessed,” an exhibition featuring Fabric Artist-Poet, Jas. Mardis, and Calligrapher Andrea Tosten. Students in HUSC 3311, The Arts in Contemporary Cultures, visited the center and got a special gallery talk from the two artists. We are grateful for the time Jas. and Andrea took to explain their truly inspirational and powerful work.

“Fabric Artist-Poet Jas. Mardis and Calligrapher Andrea Tosten exhibit small-to-large work in paper and fabric exploring responses to race, injustice, and identity through fabric portraiture, symbolism, leather & wood burning and hand-lettered explorations of select, reflective classic literature.”

Read more about it here

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