The Marshall M. Fredericks Museum of Sculpture at Saginaw Valley State University presents a new exhibit, “Tradition Interrupted,” opening to the public Saturday, February 19.
“Tradition Interrupted,” curated by the Bedford Gallery at the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek, California, explores how artists weave contemporary ideas with traditional arts and crafts to create hybrid images and objects that elicit reflection and which caught the attention of the world.
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