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Creative Catalysts Gallery Project: Transformation Opening

by Craig Thornton | March 10, 2017

Giving a BIG shout out and special thanks to all of the artists that submitted works to our Creative Catalysts Gallery Project Transformation show! It is exciting to see everyone's individual expression of Transformation, and to see the results of our collaborative work to help Transform Downtown Mesa into a cultural center that we can all enjoy.

In an effort to keep things fresh, we hung the artwork last night inside of K'é on a framed out wall that you’d think was made for this project. With a few more tweaks and some labels, we will be ready for the opening of the CCGP Transformation show this Friday, March 10th starting at 6 PM. Special thanks to Eric Beascochea who stayed late to help hang the show; not only does he make amazing sculptures but he has skills with wiring you wouldn't believe!

Also special thanks to Pamela Slim, Owner and Entrepreneur Extraordinaire at K'é - A Place to Grow Small Business. She is such a great host and always inspiring to work with. Don’t miss the chance to see her run the next Well Fed Artist Workshop on Wednesday, March 15th!

Looking forward to another Creative Catalysts Gallery show with more art than we’ve had so far, live painting in the front window, and a bake sale by some local young entrepreneurs that we can’t wait to support. See you then!

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