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See Me: Identity in Art-making: October Second Sunday from Home

See Me: Identity in Art-making: October Second Sunday from Home

Sunday October 10, 2021

Join us virtually for a hands-on art-making adventure!  Explore the nature of Identity and create a unique personal artwork. We are inspired by the artist Ebony G. Patterson’s artwork, ...for those who came to bear witness..., which is on view as part of the special exhibition Paper Chase: Ten Years of Collecting Prints, Drawings, and Photographs at the Cantor.

You can register for the event through Eventbrite!

Watch past editions of Second Sunday at home!
 Please visit our Museums From Home page. You will find further details on Second Sunday at home projects, including activity guides and instructional videos.

Second Sunday is for everyone. You are welcome here.

Second Sunday is made possible through the generous support of the Hohbach Family Fund.

Image: Ebony G. Patterson (Jamaican, born in 1981), ...for those who came to bear witness..., 2018-2019, 16 fabric panels with direct archival dye and dye sublimation printing, with hand sewing, appliqué beads, box pleating, quilting, embroidery, Devore, Fortuny pleating, bound as and artist's book with removable binding closure. Cantor Arts Center, The Modern and Contemporary Art Aquisition Fund 2019.197.1-16

Cantor Arts Center & Anderson Collection
Sponsor Cantor Arts Center, Anderson Collection at Stanford University