Amity’s Dragonfly Gallery opens a new show POST PATRIARCHY featuring Tucson based artist Lori Andersen whos work of acrylic, mixed media, and bronze sculptures will be open September 30 – November 30..
Lori’s art is an extension of her Shamanic vision and art holds the healing intention of the artist. In 2001, Lori became a supporter at a Lakota Sundance Ceremony and eventually was called by spirit to become a sun dancer.
The exhibit runs September 30th – November 30th, 2017.
Please come and enjoy the inspiration art works, good eats with a “5 CAN’T MISS FOOD TRUCK” and the eloquent and original music of Heather Lil Mama Hardy Band on famous 4th Avenue.
Grand Opening & Fundraiser Event
October 14th, 6-9 PM
Nations Creations Food Truck
Featured in Edible Baja’s “5 CAN’T MISS FOOD TRUCKS”
Heather Lil Mama Hardy Band
Doors open at 6pm
721 N. 4th Ave. Tucson, Arizona
Free Parking (for October 14th)
Proceeds from the Dragonfly Gallery benefit the children of Amity Foundation’s Dragonfly Village.
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