8/24: Amelia Briggs’ Artist Talk with NATIVE’s Cat Acree

we are not together yet, the latest show by August NATIVE art feature Amelia Briggs, will open this Thursday at The Red Arrow Gallery. The artist/David Lusk Gallery Director’s work explores how pop culture and advertising influence our individual narratives—and how the influence of those stimuli inevitably results in chaos.

To start the exhibit, she’ll talk to NATIVE art writer Cat Acree this Thursday at 6:30 p.m. For more information about the event, click here. To read our feature about Briggs, click here.

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