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New Exhibition Opens
Friday, October 18, 2019

Visualizing History: The Art of Judy Flores
Ground Floor, Changing Gallery
Immerse yourself in the beauty and history of our island at the Guam Museum through the art of one of Guam’s most prolific artists. Opening Friday, October 18, 2019 through February 2020, “Visualizing History: The Art of Judy Flores” features the largest collection of Judy’s work to date. 

“Visualizing History: The Art of Judy Flores” is an exhibition that pays tribute to one of Guam’s leading artists and cultural advocates. Featuring curated original pieces and prints, it is the largest display of Flores’ work ever shown in one place. “Visualizing History” invites audiences to consider ways in which art represents and influences the way we interpret our individual identities, everyday realities and interpersonal interactions. It reminds us that history matters and Flores’ work provides a unique lens through which to engage with our past.

 HITA Talk: 
Visualizing History: The Art of Judy Flores

Presented by Sandy Selk Flores

Date: Saturday, October 19, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM    
Location: Changing Gallery
Judy Flores is one of Guam’s most beloved visual artists today, with recognizable works found throughout the island. “Visualizing History: The Art of Judy Flores” brings together one of the largest collections of Judy’s work in one space as well as personal stories and pictures that demonstrate the breadth and impact of her art and cultural advocacy on Guam’s art scene and the CHamoru cultural renaissance over the last three decades. Judy’s daughter, Sandy Flores Uslander, will share her insights on her mother’s journey, tying art, scholarship, family, and public service and the culmination of her work as presented in the “Visualizing History” exhibition and catalogue.

Seating is limited.
Special thanks to Guam Museum Foundation Inc.

Ha'anen Familia 
It's Family Day!!
Kid's Art with Judy Flores

Date: Saturday, October 26, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location: Multi-Purpose Room

Join us for a morning of art and storytelling with local batik artist Judy Flores. Batik is an art technique that uses wax to create images or designs on cloth that is dyed repeatedly in different colors to produce interesting effects. Judy will demonstrate a child-friendly wax-resist technique that kids can do at the Museum and at home. Space is limited so call the Museum to reserve your spot today!

Space is limited so call the Museum at
(671) 989-4455 to reserve a spot. 

Special thanks to Guam Museum Foundation Inc.


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