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Friends of Talent Public Arts Update

Talent Public Arts - Bringing the Arts to LIfeHey everyone! I just wanted to give you an update on our first meeting of the “Friends” of Talent Public Arts.

We met on the evening of October 3 over at the Talent Library and had a great discussion about starting up the group and how you all can participate.
We also met with Betty LaDuke about helping us to create a mural for the Valley View side of the Talent Liquor store! We are totally psyched about this great proposal. Betty will have a few of us come over to her studio within the next couple of weeks to look at her work and her sketch book and collaborate on what we want to use for the imagery. Betty is thinking of creating harvest scenes with an abstracted background that the community can help to paint, so here’s your chance to jump in! Kelly Lamb has graciously offered to be the email connection for the “Friends”- and I’d like your permission to give her your contact information. If you want to be on the “Friends” list and get involved in creating or supporting this or other art projects in Talent, please just write me back with YOU HAVE MY PERMISSION in the SUBJECT LINE of your email.
I will send your contact info to Kelly only after I have heard from you. Thank you!
We also have a new display The Artists of Clayfolk: The Southern Oregon Potters Association up at City Hall through the month of October. Stop by and take a look!
Karen Rycheck, co-chair
Talent Public Arts Committee

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