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The SEAD Project recently gathered stories and art from members of the 1.5 generation that was important to the successful adaptation of their community to life in the U.S., and partnered with the Minnesota Museum of American Art to present an exhibit of Southeast Asian artists responding to this journey.

The exhibit opened Sept. 24 and will be on display through Jan. 3, 2021.

The majority of the exhibit can be viewed from the streets free of charge.

Started in 2010, The SEAD Project (Southeast Asian Diaspora Development) is a social venture on a mission to be an accessible community hub that provides streamlined cross cultural workshops, exchanges and knowledge-sharing that navigates the global marketplace to achieve sustainable development for Southeast Asian locals and diaspora communities.

Since 2015, SEAD is a legally recognized 501c3 nonprofit organization based in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Laos.

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