Art Exhibits at the MACC
Take your special someone on an art gallery visit to the MACC. Happening this month only, the MACC will be hosting beautiful exhibits including "Righting a Wrong: Japanese Americans and World War II" and "elsewhere."
"Righting a Wrong: Japanese Americans and World War II" is an impactful new traveling show from the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History that will captivate audiences all over the country with its compelling interactives, documents, and moving personal narratives. The show examines immigration, racism, civil rights, heroism, and an in depth dive at what it means to be an American, embracing subjects that are just as pertinent today as they were 75 years ago.
"Elsewhere" is a show by John Angell that includes over 90 pieces of artwork showcased in the upstairs exhibition floor at the MACC. The artist will be on site for meet and greet on February 10th at 6pm. You won't want to miss the opportunity to see both of these amazing shows at the MACC this February!
Additionally, the MACC will be hosting the following events:
- Furoshiki: Japanese Art Wrapping - February 11th
- Stellis Trio Performance - February 24th
- Gelli Printing Class - February 25th
- Galentines Day: Lino Cutting Workshop - February 25th