April 10, 2019 | AGCC in the Media

By Asia Morris | Long Beach Post | April 10, 2019

Opening in conjunction with Angel’s Gate Cultural Center Open Studios Day, the artworks in “GANAS DE EXISTIR!” explore identity, erasure and visibility. Put on by FA4 Collective—a group of mostly CSULB alumni-turned art professionals—the aim is to spur inclusive discussions in response “to a time in American society where xenophobia and prejudice are more enabled, transparent and in many cases, violent and deadly.”

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