Jerry Kearns: "Hearts and Minds"

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Wed, Apr 16, 1986 through Fri, May 2, 1986

Media installations by Kearns were shown at the Western Gallery while his lithographs were shown at the Viking Union Gallery. 


On April 17, Jerry Kearns presented an illustrated slide lecture performance dealing with the contradictions and problems of the contemporary artists whose work is concerned with Socio-Political issues.

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