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Daphne Burgess Thoughts on Utilizing Art as an Engagement for Change

"Art is Business"10/04 by Phantom Gallery Chicago Network | Visual Arts



Daphne Burgess Thoughts on Utilizing Art as an Engagement for Change 10/04 by Phantom Gallery Chicago Network | Visual Arts:

Daphne Burgess is an African American artist living and working in the Sacramento region. Her work has been shown in galleries and exhibitions including the Valley Artists Sculpture Exhibition, Sojourner Truth Art Museum, 1001 Del Paso Works, SMUD Gallery, Sacramento State University, Brickhouse Gallery, Crocker Art Museum, the African American Museum and Library in Oakland and the African American Historical and Cultural Museum in Fresno.



She worked at the Crocker Art Museum as Project Manager for Block by Block, as well as various non-profit organizations like the Roberts Family Development Center and Sojourner Truth Art Museum, increasing access to art in diverse communities. Daphne has been lead artist for several grant-funded programs through the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Co…

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