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March 20, 2003

Updates: 1. Guy Wonder added as guest artist 3/30

From: D.E.A.F. Media, Inc. - 20 Mar 2003

Two updates to the 3/30 event...

1. Added artist: Guy Wonder will be joining the March 30th D.E.A.F. Media at the Oakland Museum workshop. (Full announcement follows.)

2. Expanded invitation to adult Deaf community. This tour and hands on workshop will be open to all members of the Deaf community. (Deaf adults and Deaf teens do not need to be in the company of a Deaf child as is our usual policy for this project.)


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D.E.A.F. Media, Inc. and the Oakland Museum of California proudly present:
For Families with Deaf Children, CODA, and Deaf teens AND Deaf adult community

March 30, 2003
2 - 4 pm, Sunday


**Featured exhibit:
"Iconic to Ironic: Fashioning a California Identity"
Jeans, t-shirts, hippie style, surfer gear, "Xtreme" sports, Hollywood glamour, and California's diverse cultural "fashion fusion."

**Deaf led Gallery tour and storytelling with:

Jon Lamberton is an Outreach Specialist at DCARA. He holds a degree in biology from Gallaudet University and especially enjoys world travel.

**Deaf led Hands-on activity: Making "wearable art" with

Guy Wonder is a renown Deaf sculptor, costume and set designer of the Deaf He received his BFA from the National Technical Institute for the Deaf. His work has been extensively displayed in Washington, D.C., New York and the Bay Area.


Ron Trumble is the Project Coordinator for D.E.A.F. Media at the Oakland Museum project and member of the Board of Directors. He holds a fine arts degree from R.I.T. and is owner of Trumblewood-a fine arts woodcrafting business in Berkeley.

Place: The Fish Pond at the Oakland Museum
1000 Oak Street at 10th
(1 Block East of the Lake Merrit Bart Station)

Important ... To Register:
(510) 841-0165 TTY
(510) 841-0163 Voice

Materials Fee: $5 each, $10 maximum per family

Voice Interpreter Provided

More info:

This project is made possible in part through the generosity of the George H. Sandy Foundation and D.E.A.F. Media donors and volunteers.

D.E.A.F. Media, Inc., 2600 Tenth Street, Berkeley, CA 94710
What is D.E.A.F. Media, Inc.?
D.E.A.F. Media, Inc. was established in 1974 as a Deaf arts and education non-profit corporation dedicated to the advocacy and development of cultural, educational and professional opportunities for the Deaf community. And, through the arts, D.E.A.F. Media promotes the awareness and acceptance of Deaf people by the general public. These goals are accomplished with a commitment to excellence through Deaf centered cultural events, school projects, television, and community partnerships with Bay Area cultural institutions. D.E.A.F. Media also provides information and referral, consultancy and technical assistance in the field of deafness, particularly with regard to the arts and communication