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Recurring Event The Warhol: Voices (public dialogue) 


The Warhol: Voices is an ongoing series of public dialogues and gallery talks lead by various scholars, artists, educators and community leaders. The goals of this program are to spark dialogue and present diverse points-of-view on the issues raised in The Warhol’s special exhibitions.

On March 24, 2012, a public dialogue will be lead by the teachers and therapist involved in artist residency project and the About Face exhibition currently on view at The Warhol. This residency is part of an ongoing partnership between The Andy Warhol Museum, the Cognitive Psychology Department at the University of Victoria, BC, and Wesley Spectrum Highland to develop and pilot activities that use Andy Warhol’s portraits and the practice of contemporary portrait artists to teach facial recognition skills to children.

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Please note: this event begins at 2pm in the 5th floor About Face gallery.


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