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NAU Art Museum reflects Diablo Trust

Reflections 2009 PosterThe Diablo Trust exhibits its third “Reflections of the Land” show from June 2 – July 31 at the Northern Arizona University Art Museum. A reception, featuring live music, dance and readings will be held on Saturday, June 6, from 5:30 – 8 p.m. at the museum and nearby Ashurst Auditorium.

The artists involved in the show have produced literary, performing and visual arts as a result of their experiences at the Diablo Trust’s “Artist’s Days on the Land,” on the historic northern Arizona Bar T Bar and the Flying M ranches.

“This exhibit was an idea born of the acknowledgement that each of us views the wide open spaces through a different lens, and that we communicate personal images to our family, friends and community through a variety of stories, art and music,” said Mandy Metzger, president of the Diablo Trust. “These paintings and photographs and written interpretations are more than just works of art; they are snapshots in time, bearing witness for generations to come.”

This show was made possible by support from the Flagstaff BBB revenues and Flagstaff Cultural Partners.

The museum is open Tues. - Sat., 12 - 5 p.m. and closed all university holidays. This event is free and open to the public with a suggested $2 per person donation. For more information, visit www.nau.edu/artmuseum or call (928) 523-3471. The museum is located on the corner of Knoles and McMullen Circle in the historic Old Main building on NAU's north campus.


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So there will always be a West.

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