Artsbridge Tour. George Sotter: Light and Shadow at the Michener Museum
Join Artsbridge for a docent-guided tour of the GEORGE SOTTER: LIGHT AND SHADOW exhibit for our members at the James Michener Museum in Doylestown on Wednesday, December 13. This is a great chance to see the show before it closes on December 31. For more information:
Our tour begins promptly at 3:00pm, Wednesday, December 13. (Please arrive by 2:45pm to allow for registration and payment.) We can have a maximum of 20 in our tour group. (If we have sufficient interest by December 4, we can create a second group.) Our tour will last about an hour and we are free to remain at the museum until closing at 4:30.
Fee (includes entry fee and docent fee):
Adults over 65 $16.00
Current Michener Museum members: $2.00
(Please bring check made out to Artsbridge or cash on the day of the tour.)
Register via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Indicate SOTTER SHOW in the subject line. You will receive a confirmation email.
Artsbridge Annual Solstice Party
Thursday, Dec 21st
Prallsville Mill, Stockton NJ
Bring a dish to share & Artsbridge will provide the drinks.
2017 Summer Art Salon
Collaborative Members’ Show Awards and Sponsors
ARTSBRIDGE ARTIST’S LAUREL
Executive Director, New Hope Arts
BEST IN SHOW
Sponsored by Topeo Galleries
OUTSTANDING ARTISTIC MERIT
SUSANNE PITAK DAVIS
Sponsored by Gallery Piquel
Sponsored by Reinard Insurance Company
AWARD FOR CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY
Sponsored by Rodney Miller
Sponsored by Al and Cindy Ruenes
Sponsored by Adam and Lucinda Chou
Sponsored by William and Andrea Wallace
Photos from opening reception of the 2017 members show.
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