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MUSEUM EXHIBIT: CAMELLIA HAS FALLEN Contemporary Artists Reflect on the Jeju Uprising. Beginning: February 7

Camellia Has Fallen is the first US exhibition to focus on the important artwork created in response to the 1948 Jeju April 3 Uprising. Visit www.sonomacountymuseum.org for a schedule of special events related to this exhibit.  Sonoma County Museum, 425 7th Street.


JEJU SPECIAL WEEKEND EVENT: Speakers & Films – Sunday, February  9, 10am-4pm

In conjunction with the exhibition Camellia Has Fallen, the Museum will present candid discussions of the art and history of the Jeju 4.3 Incident. Includes guest speakers and films from Jeju, Korea.   Location: University of San Francisco Santa Rosa Campus, 416 B Street , downtown Santa Rosa.

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