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Stephanie Robison Exhibits in Orange County

Art alum Stephanie Robison is showing her work in a group exhibition at the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art through
November 15, 2013.

Compass: Navigating the Journey to Self-Identity is an internationally curated exhibition includes artists who are participating in an internal and external dialog about themselves, others, and how they have navigated their lives within the communities in which they live.

Since its inception in 1980, the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art provides emerging and established member and guest artists a forum to explore and develop ideas in contemporary art in an atmosphere that promotes experimentation and risk-taking, but without the specter of censorship.

Stephanie Robison earned a BFA in Art with a sculpture concentration from Marylhurst University in 2000. Her work has been selected for several juried exhibitions including the Center on Contemporary Art Annual in Seattle. She currently teaches sculpture at the City College of San Francisco.

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