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The Progress Gallery 
is now 
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Sustained Resilience

November 10th – December 23rd
Opens Nov 11th

Sustained Resilience |
Opens Nov 13th

The exhibit "Sustained Resilience" serves as a celebration of Native resistance and cultural resilience. The showcased artists provide a glimpse into the vast tapestry of Native America. They were selected for their ability to bridge cultural traditions with contemporary innovation, reflecting an unbroken connection to their cultural heritage while embracing bold, contemporary forms. This movement is not a linear departure from history; rather, it is a cyclical journey that maintains continuous ties with Native roots. "Sustained Resilience" embodies this enduring spirit.

Featuring the original artwork from:

Dr. Eric Tippeconnic, Comanche Nation

Monica Zavala, Tongva and Acjachemen

Karma Henry, Paiute/Italian/Portuguese

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The Progress Gallery was a non-profit art gallery in the Pomona Arts Colony, located in the basement of the 1931 Art Deco building that formerly housed the Progress Bulletin. The gallery featured regional and collegiate level emerging and established artists, and was available for use by colleges and qualified artists.



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