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Last Chance to see "The Realm of Dreams" at Dominican University
Today marks the beginning of the final two weeks for "The Realm of Dreams" exhibit at Dominican University's Alemany Library. As students return for the new semester, they will have a chance to enjoy this unique and special collaborative exhibit by Phyllis Thelen and Barbara Andino-Stevenson. The exhibit is open to the public during Library hours through August 31, 2012. To view photos + a slideshow from this exhibit by Margot Duane Images, please click here, or on the images below.
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Phyllis Thelen and Barbara Andino-Stevensonat Dominican University through August 30
The founder of Art Works Downtown, artist, Phyllis Thelen, and the ceramics instructor of AWD's Sweet Spirit Ceramics Center, Barbara Andino-Stevenson, will have an opening reception for their exhibit, "Realm of Dreams" Tuesday, July 10, from 5-7 p.m at the Alemany Library at Dominican University. All are welcome to this public opening reception. The exhibit runs through August 30, 2012. For more info, please visit the Dominican University website link here
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The October Revolution - new works by Lark Calderon-Gomez
Guatemala, 1944 - Teachers demonstrated in the streets in front of the National Palace demanding fair wages, freedom to organize, and the resignation of President General Jorge Ubico, a harsh dictator for over 14 years. The massive protests were on their third day when the President sent in his cavalry to break up the crowd by opening fire, killing over 200 including the beloved leader of the Teacher's Union movement, Mrs. Maria Chinchilla, who became a martyr. This was the
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Art Break Day • save the date!
Help spread the word, participate by taking an Art Break in Town Center Plaza, volunteer to help or donate to this great event: www.artbreakday.com
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