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will provide the means necessary whereby creative persons can bridge social, economic and cultural gaps through study, experience
and support of the arts and humanities. Regardless of abilities or disabilities. We will inspire others to achieve personal
growth through accessible and innovative arts experiences and education. We will enrich the lives of others through international
exchange and global goodwill by promoting public awareness of art and humanities. The Corporation will succeed in its mission
by creating communities of artists and arts-based organizations that share the desire to support the work of artists, provide
peer mentoring programs and youth education
Purpose: To ask and listen to our members and the communities which we serve. To establish the
services they need and the way they want theses services delivered.
Goal: To never
do anything that would embarrass us if printed in tomorrow newspaper .
55 N 6th AvenueTucson Arizona
The Muse 516 N 5th Ave Tucson AZ
E. 5th Street Tucson AZ
Cochise, Arizona USA85606
firstname.lastname@example.org (520) 903-0918
We are at present on hiatus for the Arizona Summer Months, we are working deligently on our revised web site please visit
us again soon.
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Emerging Pasque Flowers
Watercolor/Torn Paper Collage
Can be seen at Otero Gallery
$190.00 20" x 24"
Winter Interships Still Available!
We are currently looking for interns to supplement
our small staff during the coming fall. Responsibilities for interns
would i nclude website, marketing, community outreach program development and fundraising within the community.
This year we will also be accepting applications CSA Instructor Assistant . Unlike
other internships, successful candidates should not expect to languish away in mail or copy rooms, nor
will they spend their whole days answering letters or
phones. Extensive experience with programming is not required but a familiarity with computers and
the internet is a neccessity. If you're afraid of the computer, this is probably not the place for you. ArtFare.org
does not offer financial compensation to interns, but does offer a positive work environment that is unlike anything
one may ever experience. Hours are extremely flexible as our building is accesible seven days a week,
thus allowing students to work around their busy schedules. Most importantly, we offer our interns the opportunity
to work in an office that is in the thick of things, or from a remote site not only
supplying website support to creative members and organizations, but
often making news. If you are interested in applying for an intern position at ArtFare.org please send
a resume, cover letter to : E-mail:email@example.com
Call to Creative Persons:
Summit work for Fall publication NOW!e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
of days of Web Past:
Marti White took a break from the refurbishing project at The Muse Community Arts Center. Her studio was housed there in the Historical "Old YMCA".Located on what the City calls the Fringe of Tucson's
Art's District just behind the 4th Avenue Dairy Queen. She spoke with us about her philosophy on art and life.
Painting on the third floor of the 1940's building adding
the Mango Stain to the Hallways. The hallsways that once invited visitors to the dormitories now welcome artist and visitors
to the top floor artist's studios.
"My focus is to get what is within my unconscious mind onto the painting which is a much more
spiritual direction than in the past. Some of my work is quite abstract, but not all of it. I have enjoyed taking works of
art by masters of the past and weaving their images into works of my own. I also enjoy beginning with no plan and seeing where
the media will take me. I feel these works express what is within me more than the planned pieces. There is no end to the
possibilities in working with several mediums on one piece and having the option of adding collage elements expands the creative
process even further. I feel that an artist's work is always evolving and changing and this new avenue of expression is an
example of that evolution in both my art and my personal life.."
Experience: Painted in watercolor for over 20
years winning several local competitions and two one-woman shows in Minneapolis/St. Paul Minnosotta area.
Have shown at
the Hausman Gallery at The Audubon Society and at the Nortena Festival
in 2002. Presently Marti is ArtFare.org's
featured artist in the Virtual Gallery she is also showing at Otero Gallery in Tubac, AZ.