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‘Slow Art Day’ this Saturday at the SJ Museum


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Sheldon Jackson Museum curator Jackie Fernandez discusses the start of summer hours, and “Slow Art Day” this Saturday, April 27, 1-3 PM (free to public). Visitors will be encouraged to get hands-on as “Curators in Training.” The Native Artist residency program begins on May 9. For more information about all the new programs visit the Sheldon Jackson Museum online or visit the Friends of Sheldon Jackson Facebook page.

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