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ARTS-Reach to Schools Shows Its Stuff with Local Students!

November 6, 2010
By BZ Smith
ARTS-Reach to Schools Shows Its Stuff with Local Students!

Sonora artist Dianne Stearns digs deep into her creative well to inspire young artists. Dianne has been a vital part of CSAC's ARTS-Reach to Schools program for many years.
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A Community Challenge from The Wise Family Charitable Trust…

October 24, 2010
By BZ Smith

It’s time!  Can you do it?  We’ve got a challenge, and now we really need your help and support!  And it’s really manageable if each of us steps up to help. Every membership or donation that is given between now and December 20th, 2010, will count toward this Community Challenge Match! The Wise Family...
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The George Post Gallery has lovely gift items

October 11, 2010
By BZ Smith
The George Post Gallery has lovely gift items

As October rolls along and that busy Holiday Season looms before us, we’d like to remind everyone to pop into The George Post Gallery!  Currently our Washington Street window features the works of Doris Olsen, Harry Nakamoto and Shirley Wilson Rose. Our artists have taken care to provide a wide range of items that...
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Second Saturday Night Out for ART has begun!

October 10, 2010
By BZ Smith
Second Saturday Night Out for ART has begun!

An enthusiastic crowd of 75 joined us at The George Post Gallery last night!  And the buzz was “Second Saturday Night Out for ART!”  Everyone was thrilled about the idea, the potential.  All six downtown galleries were open:  The Aloft Art Gallery, Backspace Gallery & Boutique, New Resolutions Photography (future home of The Hillpeople...
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