The @287 Gallery at 287 Main St. in Danbury will host an art exhibit of America’s dynamic pluralism as reflected in depictions of U.S. flags. The show by artist Muriel Stockdale, “E Pluribus — Out of Many, One,” will open on Friday, March 15, and run through the middle of June. Stockdale’s project is a series of American flags made by hand from fabrics evocative of the different cultures that make up the U.S. Examples of her flags include the Scottish American made from tartan wools, Japanese American made from origami papers, and Chinese American made from Chinese silks and talismans.
Come celebrate the wonderful pluralism of America with us!
An artist’s reception will be held on opening day from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the gallery, which is organized by the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut. The reception is free and open to the public, but reservations are requested.