1. Sept. 2005

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  2. Kristen Ramirez discusses her work and up coming show, " Lore" at The Edmonds Community College Art Gallery with Melissa Newell.

    "Lore" will be on display at the Edmonds Community College Art Gallery Jan 9th 2012 through Feb 24th, 2012

    Kristen will also deliver the Keynote address at the Heart and Grace reception 5-7 p.m., Fri., Feb. 24 | Art Gallery, Lynnwood Hall, third floor. Join us for a culminating event for Women’s History Awareness Week featuring art, music, and culinary delights.

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  3. “My goal is to reinvent much of my surroundings both philosophically and physically in order to experience a more fulfilling life.” — artist Evan Blackwell

    Edmonds Community College is pleased to announce an exhibit by artist Evan Blackwell. Metropolis reflects the planning for and response to his piece of same title commissioned for the front of Meadowdale Hall, which houses our Visual Arts, Construction Management, Energy Management, and Visual Communications programs. Evan Blackwell is represented by Foster/White Gallery in Seattle.

    Join us Oct. 14!
    Dedication for Metropolis: 3-4 p.m. at Meadowdale Hall
    Reception for the artist: 4-6:30 p.m. in the Art Gallery, Lynnwood Hall — Refreshments will be provided by Edmonds Community College Culinary Arts.

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  4. Max Lyonga from Cameroon, Africa,is an accomplished painter with international exposure whose work depicts themes of contemporary life in southwest Cameroon. His exhibit “Therapy of Hope” brings a positive message that transcends cultures.

    Max is noted for using his art to uplift people in his impoverished nation and has joined The World Bank’s Fight Against Poverty. His charitable projects include bringing art to street children and donating the proceeds from his art sales to help children suffering from HIV/AIDS.

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  5. Max Lyonga Sako, of Buea, Cameroon is an accomplished painter with international exposure whose work depicts themes of contemporary life in southwest Cameroon. His exhibit “Therapy of Hope” brings a positive message that transcends cultures.

    Lyonga Sako is noted for using his art to uplift people in his impoverished nation and has joined The World Bank’s Fight Against Poverty. His charitable projects include bringing art to street children and donating the proceeds from his art sales to help children suffering from HIV/AIDS

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