WAHA members Leanna and Dean Harada are opening their home on Sunday, March
12, for the first Dorchester Salon event. In cooperation with Phenom Art,
they're turning their home into a living gallery to present a selection of the
serigraphs and collagraphs by Mid-Century California Modernists Ginger Osgood and
R. Freeman Worthley (for more information about the artists, visit
www.phenomart.com). The Haradas' home and studios will be open from noon until 5 p.m.
You're invited to come by and enjoy the art, drinks and food.
Dorchester Salon will be opening its doors on an ongoing but informal and
irregular basis, bringing visual arts, music, theatre and film to Harvard
Heights. For more info call 323-893-5961.