Legendary singer and activist Joan Baez, whom Rolling Stone Magazine called an "internationally known voice of the counterculture during the early Sixties," has enjoyed a long and successful career as a singer and political activist. Join us as we unveil 14 of her politically inspired portraits that have been donated by the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria to Sonoma State University to commemorate the university’s historic commitment to civil rights and social justice.
The portraits include civil rights leaders Martin Luther King, Jr. and John Lewis, Pakistani education activist Malala Yousafzai, and other well-known friends and figures Baez affectionately calls “Mischief Makers.” That’s also the title of her exhibition that is making one stop at the Seager/Gray Gallery in Mill Valley through September before most of the paintings find their permanent home at Sonoma State.
Thursday, October 26, 6:00 pm
VIP EXPERIENCE - Tickets Required
6:00 P.M. – Champagne Reception, Artwork Unveil, and Special Photo Opportunity
– Weill Hall’s Choral Circle Gallery
7:30 P.M. – 9 P.M. – VIP Dinner
Proceeds of this event to benefit the future Social Justice Learning Center at Sonoma State University
VIP EXPERIENCE: $300
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