Mesa Art League show at ASU Gammage


Chere McKinney
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More than 25 artists from Mesa Art League will show and sell their artwork at ASU Gammage this month. Theatergoers attending December and January shows will have an opportunity to view or purchase a variety of art that will include about 50 works in oils, acrylics, watercolor and mixed media. The show will open on Dec. 19 and run through Jan. 28. 

Mesa Art League members are happy to display their work during the busy December schedule at ASU Gammage, which include the 2018 K-Love Christmas and Manheim Steamroller Christmas, two very popular events. During January theatergoers can attend "Hello Dolly" and "Silent Voices: Lovestate" as well as viewing the MAL artwork.

“Many of the works we have seen in our art league recently are very exciting and of high quality,” said Loralee Stickel-Harris, president of MAL. "The opportunity to have another exhibition at ASU Gammage is a privilege for our members."

Patricia Book, a graduate of ASU and member of MAL, noted that “the historic hall built by Frank Lloyd Wright is always a wonderful venue for our artists. I look forward to revisiting ASU Gammage which I found so exciting as a student at ASU.”

The exhibit will be open to the general public for tours on Mondays at 1 p.m., 2 p.m. or 3 p.m. If you have any questions please contact the ASU Gammage box office at 480-965-3434.  Note that tours will not be offered on Dec. 24 or Dec. 31 when ASU Gammage is closed for the holidays.  

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