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Come Into My Studio! October 13th & 14th, 11-5PM – Dana Feagin Art

    Stop in and see me, and the other amazing artist spaces, during the Ashland Open Studio Tour from […]

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Love Rhymes with Everything Book Event for Muttville Senior Dog Rescue

We have photos from our book event last week, thanks to Midge Raymond who came prepared to take lots of […]

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Interview with Dana Feagin and Kat von Cupcake on Main Street Vegan

Thank you Main Street Vegan for sharing this Q & A with Kat von Cupcake and me, by Midge Raymond! […]

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Dana Feagin Art News – January 2017

              Click on the image above to access my January newsletter.   Share on Facebook

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Pushing Charities Off the Fiscal Cliff?

Last week, I had the privilege of leading a diverse group of advocates from across the spectrum of the charitable sector to congressional offices in support of the Charitable Giving Coalition’s “Protect Giving – D.C. Days.” You cannot escape talk of the oft-mentioned “fiscal cliff” and the looming lethal combination of major federal spending reductions […]

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