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Seen/UnSeen:

Stories into Creativity
Wed, Mar 14, 2018, 6:00 pm
Porter Faculty Gallery

Museo Eduardo Carrillo presents: A free film screening of “Seen/UnSeen- Stories into Creativity” (16 minutes) and panel discussion with the artists and film maker will be hosted by The Sesnon Gallery and the UCSC Arts Division in the Porter Faculty Gallery - Porter College at the University of California, Santa Cruz on March 14th at 6PM. FREE and open to the Public

Seen/Unseen: Stories into Creativity 

A Film by by Wallace Boss

https://museoeduardocarrillo.org/seen-unseen/

Please email betsy@museoeduardocarrillo.org for more information.

Parking available in Porter College, with passes available for purchase at parking lot box.

“Seen/UnSeen- Stories into Creativity” is a documentary focused on the artistic process of three California Central Coast artists- Doyle Foreman (sculptor), Edward Ramirez (photographer) and Claire Thorson (painter).

Filmed by Director Wallace Boss in their intimate studio settings, the artists shared candidly about how their art comes into being.

“Seen/UnSeen- Stories into Creativity” is a film produced by Museo Eduardo Carrillo.

This screening is part of Spoken/Unspoken exhibition series, launched by the Cabrillo College Gallery and funded by the Rydell Grant from the Community Foundation of Santa Cruz County. This project gives viewers a chance to see a myriad of art processes and interpretations of that theme.  Numerous exhibitions are interpreted and displayed across Santa Cruz County simultaneously based on the theme Spoken/Unspoken.