June Issue 2002
Associated Artists of Winston-Salem, NC, Features Exhibition of Works by Disabled Artists
Associated Artists of Winston-Salem, NC, is pleased to announce Ray of Joy, an exhibition of fine art by artists with disabilities, to be on exhibit in the Associated Artists Gallery through July 6, 2002. The show will be judged by Terri Dowell-Dennis, Curator of Education at SECCA.
Support for the show is provided by AON Risk Services, LA Reynolds Garden Showcase, the Bob and Kay Timberlake Foundation and the Winston-Salem Recreation and Parks Department. The volunteer show chair is Sue Kneppelt of the Enrichment Center - an affiliated chapter of the ARC.
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