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Art & Ideas Discussion at The Ark on April 13

Art & Ideas Discussion at The Ark : The Earth Bridge, Monotype Print by Catie Faryl

Catie Faryl invites you to her presentation of “A View from 2050”, a brief back-cast narrative history envisioning how we get from now to the year 2050. This is a continuation of Faryl’s art exhibit called “Bridges to 2020,” which focused on ancient and new technologies and concepts as solutions to present and looming issues. Some art from that show will also be on display as a catalyst for a group discussion to follow the slide show. Join Catie on Wednesday, April 13th, 7 pm at The Ark, 1050 Benson Way in Ashland, Oregon.

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The Bridge to 2020, Works by Catie Faryl

Activist artist Catie Faryl’s paintings deliver insight into choices and decisions looming in our near future and contemplate ways we can move in an upward spiral via reexamined beliefs, community effort, and technologies and practices both ancient and visionary.

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RCC exhibits feature student art and Chicago artist

RCC exhibits in Grants Pass and Medford: student art, photography by Robert Newman, and “…if they could not defend themselves they were bound to be conquered…” by Chicago artist M.A. Papanek-Miller. Read on for further details…

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