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The exhibition "Regional Fictions" re-contextualizes this literary term to examine the lies, falsifications, and omissions present in the lore of a particular geographical region, particularly as it is taught to school age children. Text and installation-based works mine educational materials and methods of presentation to imagine what these items might look like from multiple “de-colonized” perspectives.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through July 7.

The exhibition "Regional Fictions" re-contextualizes this literary term to examine the lies, falsifications, and omissions present in the lore of a particular geographical region, particularly as it is taught to school age children. Text and installation-based works mine educational materials and methods of presentation to imagine what these items might look like from multiple “de-colonized” perspectives.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through July 7.

The exhibition "Regional Fictions" re-contextualizes this literary term to examine the lies, falsifications, and omissions present in the lore of a particular geographical region, particularly as it is taught to school age children. Text and installation-based works mine educational materials and methods of presentation to imagine what these items might look like from multiple “de-colonized” perspectives.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through July 7.

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MASS Gallery
507 Calles St.
Austin, TX
http://www.massgallery.org/exhibitions/regional-fictions/

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