Opening Reception: Friday, June 15, 6:00-8:00pm
On View June 15 – July 27, 2018

CPC members (and former members) Philip Dutch Bagley,  Sharlene Holliday,  Lynne Maas,  Mickie Rosen and Stan Singer have images accepted into this exhibition.  Congratulations to everyone!

The U.S., more than any other nation, is a melting pot of different cultures. Our modern America was born out of diverse immigration, and has continued to be a destination and safe haven for many in countries all across the globe to settle themselves and their families. There’s a feeling of belonging to one’s own tribe–ethnic, religious, or otherwise–as well as being a part of the overall fabric of America, stitched together by core beliefs of freedom, opportunity, and equality. This diversity of ideas and cultures has been what makes this country extraordinary, inspiring, different, and beautiful, even as we struggle with the division and conflict they have wrought.
Abington Art Center invited artists to submit their photography that responds to or incorporated this theme.
Juror - Ron Tarver.

Stan Singer - Street Business

Dutch Bagley - Havana Samba

Mickie Rosen - Seminole Indian

Mickie Rosen - Help Us!

Sharlene Holliday - (Sharlene, please share your image!)