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Why the Arts Matter in Medford, Oregon and Beyond

You are invited to attend the free Art Salon and Panel Discussion on May 21 from 6:30 – 8pm, Rogue Gallery and art Center, 40 Bartlett Street, Medford, Oregon.

“Art is life, art is beauty, art makes you think, art changes people, art transforms communities, art opens your mind, life imitates art” -BNG

Join an informal alliance of southern Oregon arts leaders from the Ashland Art Center, Grants Pass Museum of Art, Jacksonville’s Art Presence Art Center and Rogue Gallery and Art Center, the Southern Oregon Artists Resource and more for the first in a series of discussions about the many reasons why the arts matter to our communities. Learn why the arts are vital to our quality of life, education, economy and let your own voice be heard by people who influence local arts policy and funding at this informal FREE public gathering!

Future salons will be hosted by a different southern Oregon arts alliance member each month – stay tuned for next month’s announcement!

If you’d like to help us invite as many people from as many communities as possible to this event, click the image below to download a flyer you can print out and hang up in a busy spot near you!

"Why the Arts Matter in Medford, Oregon and Beyond" Invitation to Art Salon and Panel Discussion, May 21 from 6:30 - 8pm, Rogue Gallery and art Center, 40 Bartlett Street, Medford, Oregon

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