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Saturday, October 31, 2009

Leonard Peltier's artwork at Berkeley

La Peña Cultural Center and Polu Manu Productions proudly presents:
The artwork of Native American political prisoner Leonard Peltier

The highly-praised artwork of Native American activist, political prisoner and six time Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Leonard Peltier - curated by Bird Levy Strain of Polu Manu Productions, SF - will be exhibited in Berkeley's La Peña theater from October 19 until November 30, 2009.

The exhibit can be viewed either during show times (with admission ticket only) or by appointment; call 510-849-2568 510-849-2568. Opening Reception Date: Friday, Nov. 13. 6:30 - 8pm

1 comment:

Stephen said...

I had hoped, and still have some hope, that the NMAI would curate an exhibit of Leonard's work. Obviously, that would require a great deal of courage and cause a lot of controversy in DC, dominated as it is by a security state mentality, but wouldn't that be a hoot.

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