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Guide to the Arts in the Four Corners
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a guide to the arts
Apart from being the first comprehensive guide to the creative
community of San Juan County, “Handmade” is unique
among free gallery guides. Most focus on galleries, venues,
and events, but our focus is the many talented individuals
living and working in the Four Corners. We have expanded on
the usual visual art content of gallery guides to include any
creative person offering a product or service that contributes
to the cultural life of the Four Corners. It includes, fine artists,
artisans, crafters, musicians, dancers, writers, filmmakers, etc.
Our goal is to raise the awareness of the general population to
what we in the creative community have known all along, you
don’t have to leave San Juan County for culture. We will be
printing at least 5,000 books for distribution through the 20142015 fiscal year.
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Listing Prices:
Individual Artist/Arts Organizations......................................... $50
Venues/Galleries..................................................................... $100
In addition, all artists will be listed on our website.
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is an example of a
visual artist/artisan
listing, such as:
painters, sculptors,
photographers,
potters, fiber
artists, metalsmiths,
woodworkers, etc.
Each listing has
space for the artists
name, 4 images of
the artist and the
artists work, and
a short bio/artist
statement (approx.
100 words) with
contact information.
Non-visual artist
listing, such as:
musicians, singers,
actors, dancers,
writers, film & video
producers and
technicians, etc.
Each listing has
space for the artists
name along with an
image of the artist
(or other identifier,)
and a short bio
(approx. 100 words)
with contact
information.
For more information contact
Michael Bulloch at 505.716.6057
Tim Gordon at 505.486.0403
Dale Stirnaman at 505.334.9871
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