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AGA October 2020 Spotlight Galleries

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Ashland is thriving with wonderful artwork created by our amazing artists! As fall begins, we invite you to see what our member businesses and artists are up to. Some are even offering creative workshops!

Don’t forget to visit each of their websites either. For a complete list, please visit our website at and download our 2020 Ashland Gallery Guide.

October Spotlight Exhibits Ashland Art Works Ashland Art Works in October!

Ashland Art Works is very pleased to announce that they will host artist demonstrations over the weekends in October! They also host a pop-up sale for their resident Clayfolk members this year. The annual Clayfolk Pottery Show was cancelled this year, but several of their members are hosting their own pop-up sales throughout the region.

For more information and a schedule of events, please visit

Gallery Hours: Friday, Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Wednesday,

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Making Science Intimate: Translating and Integrating the Arts and Humanities with Biology and Medicine

by Roger Malina, Distinguished Professor of Art and Technology and Professor of Physics, University of Texas, Dallas and Directeur de Recherche au CNRS, Aix Marseille Universite Making Science Intimate Earworm (node) by Deborah Aschheim, 2008, speakers, LED’s, plastic, copper tubing. This sound sculpture translates the musicians’ improvisation on the word “node,”(which brings up associations of […]

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