Chicano Art Exhibit
“Our struggle to be seen in the in-between space. Paintings of a people who history painted out.”
December 3 Gallery Opening
On display through January 28
Here at the Four Rivers Cultural Center, we believe in the transformative power of art and culture. That’s why we continue to offer FREE year-round programming to our community and it’s why we’re excited to bring local Chicano artist Eddie Melendrez to present his work right here in our Harano Gallery. The exhibit will be on display December 3rd through January 28th.
Get inspired and reconnect! The exhibit, titled, “Our struggle to be seen in the in-between space. Paintings of a people who history painted out,” is meant to engage viewers with personal histories, heritage, and leave you feeling empowered with a sense of self, and place. Melendrez hopes to create a gracious space, using his art as a way to create discussion and explore the Mexican and Indigenous communities.
What You Need to Know:
- Interested in learning more about Eddie and his artwork? Learn more by visiting @chicanoarteddiemelendrez on Facebook.
- We observe all COVID-19 regulations as set in place by the Oregon Department of Health, we ask that all participants follow these guidelines while at FRCC so that we can continue to provide FREE, safe year-round programming for our community. For more information on what these guidelines are follow this link and we’ll see you soon!