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Past Exhibits – 2014


The Josephy Center for Arts and Culture is honored to present an exhibit entitled, Women’s Art: Women’s Vision, in honor of Women’s History Month, opening March 1.

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A retrospective exhibition honoring the work of four beloved artists of Wallowa County”. The exhibition featuring the art of Bob Fergison, Barbara Fredrick, Gene Hayes, and Eva Slinker will open at the Center on Saturday, April 5th

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The Josephy Center for Arts and Culture will honor the people who served in the armed forces during World War II, the factory workers, victory gardeners, civil defense wardens, and all who lived through this crucial period in American history with a month-long World War II Exhibit beginning Friday, June 6

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This exhibit features the work of four artists who draw upon their experience as combat veterans to inspire and inform their work. During the month of June, each artist has created a variety of work that will debut at the Josephy Center and then become part of a nationally traveling exhibit.

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For the Love of the Figurine, an exhibit featuring the porcelain figurines of Chris Antemann and photographs by Kendrick Moholt opens at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture in Joseph, Oregon on Saturday, August 2.

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The Year of the Horse, an open, multi-media exhibit of artwork celebrating the horse, opens Saturday, October 4 at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture. The opening reception begins at 7:00. Doors open at 6:30.

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“Best of….,” an exhibit of original work by local photographers opens Friday, November 7 at 7:00 pm at the Jospehy Center for Arts and Culture. Doors ill open at 6:30 pm.

As the Wallowa Valley Photo Club’s premiere event, the Josephy Center show allows members to showcase their best work.

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This exhibit is the first of the Josephy Center’s new holiday annual event that includes local artists work on display and for sale at affordable prices to encourage the community to invest in local art, gift art to friends and family or add to your collection.

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