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By Tim Steele,
BEAVERTON, Ore. (KOIN) — An exhibit at Beaverton’s Patricia Reser Center for the Arts is showcasing artists from the LGBTQ+ community, including paintings, drawings, sculptures, photography and film.
Karen De Benedetti, the curator and gallery programs manager for The Reser, said it’s important to spotlight a variety of artists and art in the “Friends of Dorothy” exhibit.
“I think what’s nice about The Reser is we’re giving different artists a chance to exhibit so we’re giving artists of all abilities and levels within their career,” De Benedetti told KOIN 6 News.
“Friends of Dorothy” runs through July 22 and will feature a series of events, including a cabaret show and an afternoon learning about the history of drag with performer Poison Waters.
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