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Immigration- Wall of Borders . This mural is 8 ft tall and over 200 ft long that includes art by the late artist Joseph Demarais, along with renderings of Huong masterfully put together to create...
Greetings! Huong would love to send her warmest greetings to you. From June 1 st to June 30 th, 2019 she is going to show the immigration – Wall of Borders! So, if you wish to see this...

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Friday, August 25, 2017
A warm hello from the artist, hi art lovers, how was your summer ? had a ton of fun with the love ones ? I has been feverishly plowing through to finish for the new Global warming mural soon to to unveil in Miami in November 1st, But at this moment I just want to take a break from the studio to send you this greeting and announce this new story will be air by PBS tonight at 7:30 pm Friday 8/25/2017. Let's say No More War and thank you for standing with me for peace and Justice all these years,...
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
The NIIC 2013 crew is thrilled and honored to invite Huong, a Vietnamese-American artist and activist, to share her beautiful, visionary murals at our conference space this year. If you live in Miami, you may have seen “Immigration – The Wall of Borders,” an eight-foot high, over 200-foot long mural that speaks not only of her own personal story, but the story of all of us as immigrants. Or perhaps you caught one of Huong’s more than 100 solo exhibits throughout Canada or the United States...
Tuesday, November 08, 2011
On a cold, bitter January 20, 2009, before sunrise, I – joined by 1.8 million people – stepped on to the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to witness history—the Presidential Inauguration of our 44th President, Barack Obama. I was part of a new era of America, the country that had gently but securely adopted me after my escape from Vietnam in 1975. My past suddenly slipped into the darkness and a renewed sense of hope emerged in front of me, brightly illuminating the future, suddenly within...
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Demarais was interested in both art and music. During high school, he spent his weekends across the Hudson River playing jazz trumpet across the Greenwich Village. He was drafted into the army during the last months of World War II and performed with the army band throughout Europe. After his discharge from the army in 1947, there was an unsettled period until 1948 when he entered the Manhattan School of Music and completed a Master Degree in Music Theory and Music Education. His visible...