Tag Archives: Margarita Cabrera

CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE DAY EXAMINING WORKS BY SURLS, CABRERA, BONGÉ AND BULTMAN

To celebrate International Sculpture Day, we’re highlighting some of the great sculptures that are currently on view at the Ogden Museum! Me, Knife, Diamond and Flower This large-scale sculpture by Texas artist James Surls stands tall in front of the Museum to welcome visitors and passerbys. Surls’ sculpture combines elements of nature, simplified facial features,…

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Space in Between Exploring the Multi-media Sculptural Work of Margarita Cabrera

On view now at the Ogden Museum is Margarita Cabrera, presented by The Center for Southern Craft & Design. Margarita Cabrera creates sculptures made out of materials ranging from steel, copper, wood, ceramics and fabric focusing on social-political community issues including cultural identity, migration, violence, inclusivity, labor and empowerment. Combining contemporary art practices, indigenous Mexican folk art…

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Ogden After Hours O-riginal Art Activities Soft Sculptures/Esculturas Suaves Inspired by Margarita Cabrera

The O-riginal Art Activity at Ogden After Hours takes a close look at the experiences of immigrants through Margarita Cabrera’s esculturas suaves (soft sculptures). Use paper to create a soft sculpture inspired by a long journey. Margarita Cabrera focuses on social-political community issues including cultural identity, migration, violence, inclusivity, labor and empowerment, Cabrera creates sculptures…

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