Leigh Van Duzer (MFA '10) in Group Exhibition at the Lost Coast Culture Machine, CA, Opening December 3rd, 6pm

Leigh Van Duzer (MFA '10) will have works featured in the exhibition titled "Home for the Holidays" at the Lost Coast Culture Machine in Fort Bragg, CA. "Home for the Holidays" celebrates the season of friends, family, warm hearths and giving by focusing on the overlooked and forgotten. Laurel Garcia Colvin presents the new American toile, where the haves and have-nots picnic and while away the hours together. Leigh Van Duzer imagines the housing crash frame-by-frame on the way down. Elizabeth Duffy creates the epitome of safe and secure living. Jeremiah Jenkins renders scale models of the ideal in dispossessed housing. The Counter Narrative Society will come bearing the imprisoned on their backs. Detroit's Object Orange will turn forgotten eyesores into eyesores begging for swift destruction.

During the run of the exhibition, LCCM will be serving as a donation hub for the Fort Bragg Food Bank, the Outdoor Store's annual Warm Coat Drive, and sleeping bags and blankets for the Evergreen United Methodist Church. LCCM and its artists will also be donating a portion of all sales to Habitat for Humanity of Mendocino Coast, Critical Resistance, and All of Us or None.

Opening Reception: Friday, December 3rd, 6:00 - 10:00pm
Exhibition Dates: Friday, December 3rd - Sunday, January 30th

Lost Coast Culture Machine
190 E. Elm Street
Fort Bragg, CA 95437

To see more of Leigh's work, visit http://www.leighvanduzer.com/

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