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In late February, South Mountain art students went to the Arizona State University West Campus where their art was showcased to the student body in the Fletcher Library. South Mountain Visual Art’s Magnet has worked with the Cultural Arts Coalition for over 20 years to help South’s potential artists meet professionals.

The students prepared art that was inspired by their research on professional artist Paul Gauguin’s painting titled “Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?”

The students also toured the ASU West Campus and got to meet with recruiters from ASU. The Fletcher Library staff bought student Nicole Duarte’s photo to be displayed at the library permanently. On February 22nd, the art that the students’ produced was moved to the South Mountain art gallery and is now showcased there.

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