Arts & Culture

March 2, 2016 3:12 AM

Review: B2 gallery talks race and politics with Ringgold and Robinson

Aminah Robinson, Faith Ringgold on a double-bill at B2 Fine Arts in Tacoma

Civil rights and race issues seen through the feminist lens of African American art luminaries

Paint and fabric blur boundaries between art, craft and activism

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