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Minh Carrico at reception for new exhibit in Seattle

Minh Carrico at reception for new exhibit in Seattle


  Minh Carrico bus
  A Minh Carrico photo at the exhibit.
  Minh Carrico women
  A Minh Carrico photo at the exhibit.


Minh Carrico, Edmond Community College's Visual Arts co-chair and instructor, is featured in a new exhibit from IDEA Odyssey titled "A Sense of Place."

Carrico is a co-founder of IDEA Odyssey, a collective committed to promoting the work of emerging artists, primarily of African/African American, Asian, Caribbean, Latino/Latina, Native American and Pacific Islander heritage, and artists who explore diversity, culture, and identity in their work.

Carrico will be at a reception for the artists 4-6 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 7, at Seattle City Hall, 600 Fourth Ave., Seattle.

From IDEA Odyssey exhibit juror Juan Alonso-Rodríguez: " 'A Sense of Place' relates to our identity, to the place we call home, to the sense of belonging to a culture (or two or more); to a region, city, neighborhood, or group. What has brought us to this place and time? How has the journey shaped us? This theme is a perfect fit for IDEA Odyssey’s mission of promoting artists of color and artists who explore culture, diversity, and identity."

Other artists joining Carrico at the reception will be SuJ'n Chon, Carina del Rosario, Michele Carrico Domingo, Victor Fuentes, Kathy Liao, Jo Moniz, Darius Morrison, Gregory Schaffer, and Robert Wade.