Asian-American History

Cheolhwan Kim's work is part of a new exhibit at the Howland Cultural Center (Image provided)

Cultural Center to open exhibit

To mark Asian-American History Month, an exhibit of work by Asian-American artists who live in the Hudson Valley will open with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, May 17, at the Howland Cultural Center.

Cheolhwan Kim’s work is part of a new exhibit at the Howland Cultural Center (Image provided)

The exhibit, which will be on view until May 28, includes painting, photography, ceramics, origami and sculpture. It is dedicated to the memory of Beacon artist Hiro Ichikawa, who died in January.


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