The M. Rosetta Hunter Art Gallery at Seattle Central College and the Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) are co-hosting [In]Visible: Presence, Voice and Beauty from October 25 to November 17 at the M. Rosetta Hunter Art Gallery. The exhibition features artists from the ACRS’ Behavioral Health Art Therapy program. Program coordinators Chau Huynh and Linh Phan work to create an inclusive, friendly, safe, and professionally oriented environment in a studio setting so artists will be empowered to discover their internal strengths, and to develop self-appreciation and self-recognition that contributes to their recovery. Their works offer glimpses into complicated intersections of ethnicity, perceived idetities, and invisible disabilities.

The M. Rosetta Hunter Art Gallery is located at the north end of Seattle Central’s Atrium Cafeteria, main campus building at the corner of Broadway and Pine. For information, please visit online at www.seattlecentral.edu/artgallery or call 206-934-4379 to speak with gallery staff. The gallery is funded by Seattle Central’s Associate Student Council and Student Leadership.

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