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Santa Fe Arts Commission: How Can I Participate?

6pm-7pm, Dec 11, 2012 | Free class series for Santa Fe artists, sponsored by the city of Santa Fe Arts Commission. No tickets required, but RSVP requested.
 
The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission provides leadership by and for city government in supporting arts and cultural affairs and recommends city programs and policies that develop and promote artistic excellence in the community. To this end, it recommends awards to arts organizations, initiates innovative programming in the community, and provides technical assistance to individials & organizations.

Phone: 505-913-7266
Address:
201 W. Marcy St., Santa Fe,

87501
Website: http://santafecreativetourism.org/2012/08/business-development-assistance-for-artists-offered-by-the-city-of-santa-fe-arts-commi

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Norman Mauskopf's late 20th-century Americana photography, David Scheinbaum's experimental developing techniques and Tony O' Brien's photos of refugee camps in Jordan combine for a group show. Through April 18

gallery hours | free


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