'People Place Path' hosted by the Willow Tree Cafe
The ETSU Department of Art & Design presents, "People Place Path," an exhibition by Vanessa Mayoraz's class on Art & Social Interaction.
"People Place Path" will be held this first Friday, May 2 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Willow Tree CafÃ©, 216 E. Main St. Johnson City. Works exhibited will focus on the participation and influence of the audience. Exhibition will include works by Trish Gibson, Lily Horton, Tania McCamy, Amanda Musick, Tijana Stevanovic, and Ana Wilkinson.
For more information, contact Vanessa Mayoraz at Mayoraz@mail.etsu.edu.
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