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Art show explores past, future of Vietnamese in Orange County

by Take Two

Tram Le, Co-Director/Co-Curator, Trinh Mai, Exhibition Designer & Artist-in-Residence and Linda Trinh Vo, Co-Director/Co-Curator at the new art show, Vietnamese Focus, at the Old Orange County Courthouse. Dorian Merina / KPCC

A new exhibition in Orange County explores the past, present and future of the sizeable Vietnamese American community in the region. It's called, Vietnamese Focus: Generations of Stories, and includes photographs, oral history and new original work by artist Trinh Mai.

Take Two stopped by for a preview with three key people behind the show:

  • Linda Trinh Vo, Co-Director/Co-Curator
  • Tram Le, Co-Director/Co-Curator
  • Trinh Mai, Exhibition Designer & Artist-in-Residence

EXHIBITION GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION
(free & open to the public)
Saturday, August 29, 2015
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
(official ceremony at 1:00 PM)

More info here

UC Irvine Vietnamese American Oral History Project (VAOHP) in partnership with OC Parks.

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