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Faces In Between: Art About Mixed-Race Identity

Throughout history, artists have drawn upon their own experience to fuel their work. Tonight, a new exhibit explores mixed race identity from the point of view of three young women. Rema Tavares is one of the artists. She spoke about "Faces In Between." Listen audio (runs 6:14)

"Faces In Between" opens to the public tonight at 7 p.m. at the Regent Park Arts and Cultural Centre. The show runs until the end of the month.

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