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Join us for the ARTLINK 2013 COLLECTORS TOUR - SEPTEMBER
Artlink, Inc. is hosting a guided gallery tour on Saturday, September 21 from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Artlink Collectors Tours promote the range and quality of work being created and exhibited in downtown Phoenix and nurture opportunities for artists and galleries to connect with new buyers. The September tour will visit three galleries chosen by Gabriela Muñoz, curatorial assistant in modern and contemporary art for the Phoenix Art Museum, from more than a dozen submissions. Tour participants will experience private access to the galleries and have a chance to talk with the artists, gallerists and curators one-on-one.
On September 21, the Artlink Collectors Tour will include:
- MonOrchid Gallery – 78 Years in the Fast Lane a retrospective of work by painter Fred Tiekken and Fata Morgana, photographs by Sean Deckert focused on the intersection of urban landscape and human development.
- Five 15 Arts - a "fabricated plants" installation by Mary Shindell exploring the contemporary affinity people have with gardening and the unforgiving forces of nature.
- Frontal Lobe Gallery – Sex: A Woman’s Perspective, a group show of established local artists
Gabriela Munoz holds a B.A in English literature and an MFA with an emphasis in Printmaking from Arizona State University. During her time at Phoenix Art Museum she has collaborated with the education department on community engagement and outreach programs in relation to exhibitions on view. “I had known of the commitment of our artistic community in exhibiting in downtown Phoenix, but I was once again reminded of the quality and serious engagement of our local artists. This process was also a moment to reflect on all the hard work that so many professionals undertake every month, in the running of art galleries and creative spaces around town.”
As encouragement to everyone to participate, Munoz concluded, “The arts community is only as strong as we choose to make it with our engagement—so please come on in, the water is warm.”
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Artlink, Inc., formed in 1989 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, keeps the arts integral to the development of our city by connecting artists, business and community. Thank you for your support!