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Warming Center in the News, March 3rd, 2019

After learning of the need for overnight emergency warming centers, leaders at All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church on Walnut Street in Midtown decided to open its doors.

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April Artist – Linda Seiner

​ Opening reception TBD Statement: I have always been fascinated with color and texture.  For many years, I soothed my creative side with textiles as a custom dressmaker.  But the desire to work in other media kept exerting a gentle tug on my spirit. When I faced significant health issues, I found I could express […]

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March Artist: Royal Scanlon, Photographer – “The Effects of Clarity a Retrospective”

March 8th, 5 – 7 PM – Artist’s Reception;    March 30th – Exhibition Closes Bio Royal Scanlon’s involvement in the creative process started early in his life. He was nurtured by his mother, a talented artist in her own right, whose commitment to sketching and painting pictures of both objects in the physical world […]

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February Artist: Zoe Green, painter, photographer and sculpture

February 15th , 5 – 7 PM – Opening Reception. Duration – February 1 – 28 Bio Zoe Green was born in Des Moines, Iowa, but grew up in a small town called Smithville in Missouri. Growing up in a devout Catholic household endowed in her an outlook focused on family, servitude, and tradition. When […]

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December – All Souls Members Show

Closes December 30th Come and see the wonderful works created by 12 of our members. Everything from sculpture, photography, fiber, painting, and printmaking. The subject matter depicts likeness of the natural world and human made constructs.

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January Artist: Liz Halsted-Fiber Artist and Painter

January 4th, 5 PM – 7 PM – Opening Reception January 29th – Exhibition Closes   Artist Bio Liz Halsted was a physics major turned computer engineer. She served as a non-profit executive/board member and an owner of a knitwear design firm.  She is known for her jewelry and fiber work. Textiles have played an […]

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