Arts & Culture

January 14, 2015 12:00 AM

Regional artists take a vintage photo and run with it at TCC gallery

The array of delightful artistic responses to old photographs at The Gallery at Tacoma Community College is irresistible. “Found Photographs” not only gives a nice sweep of media and regional artists, it shows what stories lie hidden inside a faded sepia scene, if you’re creative enough.

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