Each year Arcosanti hosts an art show to showcase the artistic talent of the community. A good portion of the community came out this year to participate.

This year Jim Huth organized the show along with the following artists: Adam Nordfors, paintings; Sue Anaya, beadwork; Linda Fournier, jewelry; Monica Ramirez, metal sculpture; Eva Strickland, recycled plastic textiles; Gin Harrison, jewelry; Megumi Nakano, drawings; Ayano Atsumi, jewelry; Nadia Begin, ceramics; Randall Schultz, paintings, Porter Smith, music;

Adam Nordfors and Brad Crutchfield provided music for the opening this Saturday. Shown on the left is Jim Huth the organizer of the show.

The show is hung on foam panels left over from construction of the east crescent. These panels are part of the

Nadia Begin, Kelli Huth and Eva Strickland provided a wonderful and very colorful buffet for the opening.

This month while the show is up for the public to see Today@Arcosanti will run feature stories highlighting the artists and their work. The first will feature Jim Huth, Sue Anaya, Randall Schultz and Melissa Lockwood.

The 2004 Resident Art Show is open to the public in the Arcosanti Cafe and Bakery from now until April 3rd from 9:00am till 7:00pm. Directions to Arcosanti can be found here.

[Photos : Jeffrey Kunzelman and Sue Anaya]

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