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Spirit in Hand Holiday Boutique at Rogue Gallery and Art Center

www.roguegallery.org 40 South Bartlett Street Medford Oregon 97501 541-772-8118

Enjoy one-of-a-kind handcrafted items made by regional artists and artisans for the home and office, as well as fine selection of unique personal accessories. Jewelry, dyed and woven scarves, felted journal covers and hats, art dolls, aromatherapy soaps; metal wine racks, pottery, sculpture, decorative glassware and small artworks; dining accessories such as placemats, towels, and tea cozies.

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A Word from the Executive Director of the Arts Action Fund

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“We must recognize the contributions of the arts and humanities not only by supporting the artists of today, but also by giving opportunities to the creative thinkers of tomorrow. Educators across our country are opening young minds, fostering innovation, and developing imaginations through arts education.”

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Occupy Philanthropy

I admit I don’t know much about politics. Being the president of my high school drama club wasn’t exactly training for a career in political science. But after attending Arts Advocacy Day 2011, I realized I needed to be promoting and working for positive arts policies in our nation. That’s why I decided to intern […]

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