“If you’re looking for a place to display your talents, please think of the library,” says program coordinator Lee Irwin.
“We have a few exhibits booked during the next 12 months, but there are still many months where we fear we’ll be staring at ugly walls. Help us!”
Here’s a list of our current bookings and the available months.
April Art Exhibit: Karen Sucharski
May Art Exhibit: Marla Von Ettenburg June Art Exhibit: Available
July Art Exhibit: John Curry August Art Exhibit: Available September Art Exhibit: Available October Art Exhibit: Available
November Art Exhibit: Jacqueline Andes December Art Exhibit: Available
2016 January Art Exhibit: Diane Carnright February Art Exhibit: Gibson Neighborhood Artists March Art Exhibit: Available April Art Exhibit: Available May Art Exhibit: Available
If you are interested in booking an exhibit for one of these “available” months, please contact the Salazar-Ajo Library at 530-387-6075.
Redrawing Borders — Art Activist, Humanitarian and Ecological Solutions opens at the Ajo Plaza Gallery on Tuesday March 18 in Ajo, Arizona. The reception is from 5:30 to 7:30. A discussion panel on the exhibit’s theme will take place at 6 pm.
An exciting aspect of this exhibit is the Virtual Gallery Exchange — The Border Project. This traveling art exhibit, originally created in Ajo, will be installed in Sonoyta, Sonora, México for simultaneous exhibition with Redrawing Borders at the Ajo Plaza Gallery.