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2012 Conference Program

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Friday Night Gallery Crawl [continued] Mesa Arts Center 1 East Main Street Mesa, AZ 480-644-6560 Days /Hours: Mon-Fri 10AM-7PM Fri 5/25 10AM-10PM Sat 10AM-5PM Sun 12PM-4PM Credit: "Cupcake with Cover-Offerings Series," photo by Jack Zilker Becky Chader McDonah, "Inspirational Ashes: A Reliquary for Campfire Remains and a Marshmallow," photo by artist Sue Amendolara, "Eye of the Storm," photo by Jason Furda Offerings--Gifts for the Muse: Work by Jan Arthur Harrell This new body of enameled sculpture contains objects gifted to a larger than life persona — a muse. This bawdy and joyful goddess embraces life to its fullest and grabs a bit more when she gets the chance. eleMEnTAL: Becky Chader McDonah - Tedd R. McDonah - Lynette Andreasen Bring together three Arizona metalsmiths; alloying their talents with work that complements each other aesthetically while each artist maintains their own personal expression. Presidential: The Art of Leadership Coordinator: Ken Bova Diversity, commitment, vision, craftsmanship, and purpose not only describe the work but the character of SNAG's presidents, represented collectively for the first time in its 40 year history in this exhibition. other exhibitions Please visit these fantastic exhibtions on your own during your visit. Phoenix Airport Museum Phoenix Sky Harbor (Terminal 3, level 2, in three built-in display cases) 602-273-2105 Open 24 Hrs Credit: Heather Magill, "Designed to Snag" Night Gallery 2000 E. Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe Marketplace, Tempe, AZ Tues-Sun 6PM-9PM Credit: Jill Gower, MFA 2006, "Beauty Serum," photo by artist 52 Metals & More: A Juried Exhibition of ADC and Arizona SNAG Metalsmiths February 24-September 30, 2012 An exhibition of jewelry and sculptural artworks, crafted using traditional and innovative metalsmithing processes and materials. ASUMetals Alumni Exhibition & Current Metals Graduate Students Exhibition February 24-September 30, 2012 Showcasing metal masterpieces curated from a collection of alumni that spans decades.

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