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Social issues at heart of Tang’s ‘TRANSFORMer’ show

Artist Olga Koumoundouros, left, and Rachel Aisenson demonstrate how the silk-screening station works at the Tang Teaching Museum.
Artist Olga Koumoundouros, left, and Rachel Aisenson demonstrate how the silk-screening station works at the Tang Teaching Museum.
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For months, the exuberant spirit and colorful love-and-peace messages of Sister Corita Kent have delighted and enlightened visitors on the first floor of the Tang Teaching Museum. Now, on the second floor, there’s a new exhibit that marches to a similar drummer. “TRANSFORMer,” created by California artists Andrea Bowers and Olga Koumoundouros not only raises awareness of social issues, it is extending a helping hand to the Saratoga Springs community by collaborating with five local ...


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