The project is on it's way to the final few steps!
Over the summer our Project Coordinator put out a Call for Art resulting in an abundance of stellar and intriguing applications from artists across the PNW. The first round of finalists have been interviewed and the FAP86 committee will be selecting/announcing the artist(s) chosen for the exhibits in the next week and a half. 

As part of the Let There Be Light we're hosting a Community Workshop on Sept 30th, 2018. 

The workshop will include an introduction & presentation of the program by Program Coordinator Mollie Bryan and Chairperson Betty Winfield. 
The selected artists for the exhibits will be providing a short presentation of their work as well as talk about their vision for their exhibits for the program. 
A short Q&A will follow allowing the public to ask questions about the program. 
Following the presentations will be an lantern making workshop that will allow the public to write or draw their solstice rituals on the lanterns that will be used as inspiration for the December exhibit. Workshop is FREE & open to the public. 

RSVP on Facebook for updates and more information on the Community Workshop. 



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