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‘Japanese Camps’ at Triton Museum of Art

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TULE LAKE: Tule Lake, where almost 30,000 Japanese-Americans were interned, is remembered, along with nine other camps in 'Ten Japanese-American Concentration Camps.'

TULE LAKE: Tule Lake, where almost 30,000 Japanese-Americans were interned, is remembered, along with nine other camps in 'Ten Japanese-American Concentration Camps.'

“Ten Japanese-American Concentration Camps,” featuring photos by photographer, teacher and mixed media artist, Renee Billingslea. The exhibit revisits F.D.R.’s Executive Order 9066, which authorized Japanese Relocation in 1942. Billingslea contrasts current day images of the camps with photographs from 75 years ago. The artist wants viewers to remember this chapter in our “shared history.” Billingslea is a senior lecturer in art and art history at Santa Clara University. The exhibit runs through April 19.

Japanese Camps
Ongoing, Free
Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara

 

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