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The Division Avenue Arts Collective presented its first collectively organized art exhibition on Friday March 5th. The theme was Humanature, purposely spelled with only one N expressing the intersection of humanity and nature. This theme provided a comprehensive range of interpretations as there were over 40 artists participating. Not a bad turn out for the first all media group exhibition. The DAAC was full of art lovers and the beautifully set buffet was picked clean by the end of the night.
Disclosure: I helped organize and exhibited some of my art at this show.
I am an artist/photgrapher/writer currently working on finishing and publishing my first book, Viva La Veggie - A local food revolution, and blogging about it on http://vivalaveggie.wordpress.com. I have lived in Grand Rapids for about a year. I started writing for the rapidian because I wanted to get to know my new city and its people. I work as a social media marketing consultant for Media Monkey owned and operated by My husband, Scott Warren, who is also a Rapidian reporter. We promote small businesses, non-profits, bands, and artists via social media.
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