• Creator
  • Ricardo
  • Created Date
  • 2005
  • Description
  • The Community Museum Project's staff for the exhibit "People without borders/Una gente sin fronteras" sponsored a contest for Latinos in Forks. Entries in the contest could be essays, poetry or artwork, created in response to one or all of the following 5 questions: (1) What has your experience been like being from another culture living in Forks? (2) What was it like coming from your country to the U.S? Describe your journey to Forks; (3) Wha... more
    The Community Museum Project's staff for the exhibit "People without borders/Una gente sin fronteras" sponsored a contest for Latinos in Forks. Entries in the contest could be essays, poetry or artwork, created in response to one or all of the following 5 questions: (1) What has your experience been like being from another culture living in Forks? (2) What was it like coming from your country to the U.S? Describe your journey to Forks; (3) What is your favorite memory of your home country? (4) Compare your life here in Forks to your life in your home country: how has your life changed living in Forks, WA? (5) What is your favorite thing about your culture?The image attached was an entry in this contest [Cataloger's note].Date and artist name provided by Community Museum Project staff. less
  • Format
  • image
    1 drawing : color
  • Rights
  • All rights reserved.