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Posted: Thursday, February 3, 2011 6:00 am

Central Arizona College exhibit to open Feb. 3

Student artists from Central Arizona College will unveil their latest creations on Thursday, Feb. 3, at the opening of the Mass Communication & You exhibit in the CAC Student Art Gallery on the Signal Peak Campus.

The exhibit will feature student artwork consisting of photos and flyers created by the students taking the mass communications classes. Works from the ceramics and jewelry classes also will be on display.

A reception is planned from 2 to 3 p.m. at the gallery, which is located in the Sizer Building directly across from the Don P. Pence Center for Visual and Performing Arts.

CAC's culinary art students will provide the treats that include chocolate fudge, oatmeal crisp cookies and punch. There is no charge for the show, and the event is open to the community.

The CAC Student Art Gallery is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Mass Communication & You exhibit will run from Feb. 3 to 27.

The Signal Peak Campus is located at 8470 N. Overfield Road, four miles east of Interstate10 at exit 190 near Casa Grande.

For more information on the CAC Student Art Gallery, contact Don Manack by e-mail at donald.manack@centralaz.edu.

Oracle PTO readies for flapjack fund-raiser

Oracle Schools PTO will hold a pancake breakfast from 6 to 11 a.m. this Saturday, Feb. 5, in the Mountain Vista Middle School cafeteria in Oracle. The event is open to the public.

Breakfast will include pancakes, eggs, sausage, coffee and Tang orange drink.

Money raised will be used to help fund the construction of the new concession stand and restrooms in the school's athletic field area.

Tickets are $5. They can be purchased at the Mountain Vista Middle School front office prior to the event or at the cafeteria entrance the morning of the event.

Artists sought for Herberger Art gallery

The Herberger Theater Center in Phoenix is now accepting applications for inclusion in its art gallery exhibitions for July-December. A panel of esteemed artists will select the artwork in a blind jury process. This year's guest curator is James Covarrubias.

The overall theme for 2011 is Celebrations of Life's Sacred Journey. Themes for the prospectus include "Living in Arizona" and "End of An Era? Start of a New Age?"

The Herberger Theater is also accepting applications for a special summer exhibit held at the University Club Phoenix. The theme is "The Poetry of Arizona's Landscape." This exhibit will be held June-August.

The prospectus is open to artists ages 18 and older who are Arizona residents. A brief resume or bio, up to 10 digital images and a $20 non-refundable fee must accompany each entry form.  The deadline is April 1. Applications are available on the Herberger Theater's website, www.HerbergerTheater.org, or call (602) 254-7399, ext.117.

Reception set for Mass Abstraction exhibit

A reception in which the public can meet seven artists from Mass Abstraction and discuss their work has been scheduled for 6-8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 5, at the Pioneer Building, 100 N. Stone Ave., in downtown Tucson.

Selected by the Tucson Pima Arts Council, the group is exhibiting their abstract paintings through March 30 on the first floor of the Pioneer Building, where TPAC has their offices. The 43 pieces are hung in the main lobby space and in the adjoining TPAC conference room.

The artists of Mass Abstraction collaborate philosophically to explore and expand the art of abstract painting. They feel their collaboration opens them to new vision and deeper practice as it expands their personal visual expressions through shared and supportive critiques of each other's work.

 

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