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An Evening of Art takes place in Aspen

ASPEN – An Evening of Art takes place Wednesday evening to help residents get acquainted further with Aspen’s art scene.

The event will begin at the Red Brick Arts Center and then move to the Aspen Art Museum. Light appetizers and beverages will be served at each location. Check in at the Red Brick between 5:30 and 5:45 p.m.

There, locals can learn about the mission of the Red Brick Arts Council with executive director Debra Muzikar, while viewing the Red Brick’s latest artist exhibition, “reclaimed: eco art professional exhibition,” by Susan Olsen, Staci Dickerson, Mary Mansfield, Michael Lindsay, Patricia Neeb, Cindy Hansen and Alicia Matesanz de las Heras.



The second stop at the Aspen Art Museum will start at 6:45. There, education curator Danielle Stephens will provide an overview of the current exhibitions: “The Residue of Memory” and “Simon Denny: Full Participation.”

The event is sponsored by the Aspen Young Professionals Association.


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