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Through Each Others Eyes – Japan Exchange Opening

The opening reception was well attended by the Through Each Others Eyes organization and friends of the organization.

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Opening of Inherent Worth and Dignity

Last night the exhibition of a portrait images by Bob Sadler, Inherent Worth and Dignity, opened in Gallery 4. Bob and his wife Sharon were here to welcome guests and talk about the project and resulting exhibition. Bob will give a presentation and lecture today about the exhibition and his work with homeless men in California through […]

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Dan Budnik Book Signing at Arizona Humanities

Arizona Humanities hosted a lecture and book signing at their offices in central Phoenix on February 26. Dan Budnik and Dr. Davis presented the civil rights marches from the perspective of Dan’s book and exhibition, Marching to the Freedom Dream. The Arizona Humanities’ Authors Nights offer opportunities for lively discussions with local and national authors. […]

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Kuol Awan Interviewed - October 2014

Kuol Awan Interviewed

KPNX Channel 12 came to Gallery 4 this week (October 4, 2014) for an interview with Kuol Awan about the story of the Lost Boys of Sudan. Watch this nicely produced clip which aired Thursday night.

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Lost Boys Journey to the Future - Loren Anderson

Portraits of The Lost Boys of Sudan

September 27 – October 25, 2014 The portraits by Loren Anderson give us an insight to the lives of the Lost Boys of Sudan, their journey from Sudan to Phoenix, and leads us to their future dream of an Education and Archive Center in Juba, South Sudan.

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Journey To Connect by Sam Irving

Paintings by Sam Irving

Exhibition November 1 – December 7, 5 – 8pm Gallery 4 presents a solo exhibition of paintings by Sam Irving. Through his landscape and geometric abstract paintings you can share in his experience and vision of the world around him. As a young boy Sam was non-verbal, and diagnosed with autism. And now at the […]

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March to the Freedom Drum by Dan Budnik

Marching to the Freedom Dream

Dan Budnik, a photojournalist, has documented social, political and cultural change in the world for the past 55 years.  He was at the heart of the civil rights movement, the center of the New York school of Abstract Expressionists, and has been a fervent advocate for indigenous people.

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