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This is the final week to view the CLAY exhibitions: Reflections in CLAY, juried exhibition, and House of Judgment , work by Jamie Bates Slone.
Stop by Thursday, Friday and Saturday 11am – 5pm.  Our next exhibitions, Through The Body, and Causation open with a reception on Friday, August 6th, 5pm – 7pm. Juror, Michael Puff, will speak about the jurying process at 6pm.  Joe Huebner will speak about his work at 6:30.
CALL FOR WORK: Push & Pull, handmade prints. Part of the 2022 SW Print Fiesta!
Deadline to submit is September 6th. 
Submit at: https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=10495

Congratulations to the following artists whose work was accepted into the Though The Body juried exhibition:
Jim Allen, Rebekah Alviani, Anne Auld, Ray Bidegain, Diana Bloomfield, Ally Christmas, Dennis Collins, Kendra Connally, Walter Duddington, Julie Enos, Vallarie Enriquez, Frani Evedon, Blair Friederich, Rheana Gardner, Stephanie Gerhart, Nicholas Gialanella. Elizabeth Kelly, Colin Knight, Kathleen Koopman, Lance Larson, Chantal Lesley, Michael McFadden, Angel O’Brien, Robert Oehl, Monica Paez Espinosa, Carmen Ruiz, Kris Sanford, Shelley Socolofsky, Brianna Taylor, Marcia Tinker, Jacob Wachal, Jake Whalen.

CALL FOR WORK
Hand Made Prints

The deadline to submit is September 6th, midnight mountain time

WORKSHOPS

There is still space in the following workshops:

August 22nd – Experimental Printmaking without a Press with Carmen Ruiz
September 25th – The Beauty of Land and Water – one-day photopolymer gravure with Karen Hymer, Sponsored by Hahnemühle and the Gila River Festival
Register at: https://lightartspace.com/workshops-classes/

Disclaimer:
The views expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the Southwest Word Fiesta™ or its steering committee.

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