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Peninsula Museum of Art Artists Presentations

Artists will share briefly about their work and the issue they are addressing, then Q+A and discussion will follow. We anticipate a stimulating conversation!

Wednesday, November 3rd, 6:00-7:00pm
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Artists presenting: Lorraine Bonner, Alicia Escott, Julia Feldman, Amy Hibbs, Linda McDonald, Ann Schnake, Ruth Tabancay, Tammy West

Tuesday, November 9th, 7:00-8:00pm
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Artists presenting: Christina Bertea, Pamela Blotner, Stephanie Garon, Regina Gilligan, Pallavi Sharma, Vicki Jo Sowell, Eliza Thomas, Michelle Waters, Melissa West

Monday, November 15th, 5:00-6:00pm
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Artists presenting: Eliza Evans, Linda Gass, Tanja Geis, Betsy Jaeger, Margaret LeJeune, Toni Littlejohn, Bonnie Peterson, Sharon Siskin, Lorna Stevens, Mary White


The Peninsula Museum of Art is now inside The Shops at Tanforan in San Bruno! Free admission and free parking. Find us in Space 204 on the upper level, above the food court and just around the corner from the movie theater box office.

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- a group show with an environmental theme in partnership with Oakland-based WEAD, Women Eco Artists Dialog. The exhibition highlights hopes and fears for planet Earth as expressed through the vision of a variety of artists in all mediums.

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