Activist imagination

is an exhibition and series of discussions investigating, exploring, and imagining the past, present, and future of activism : artists, Bob Hsiang, Donna Keiko Ozawa, Christine Wong Yap
  • 72 Pages
  • 2.82 MB
  • English

Kearny Street Workshop Press , San Francisco
Artists and community -- California -- History -- 21st century -- Exhibitions., Art, American -- California -- 21st century -- Exhibit
StatementKearny Street Workshop ; [editor, Samantha Chanse].
ContributionsChanse, Samantha., Kearny Street Workshop.
LC ClassificationsN72.A76 A25 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination72 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22649336M
ISBN 139780979770722
LC Control Number2008926694

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