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Arts Visalia Presents: Exhibitions by Marty Azevedo and Kirk Cruz
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By Steven Sanchez
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May 14, 2024

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Arts Visalia will exhibit the work of Marty Azevedo and Kirk Cruz in May. Azevedo’s work explores ideas of symbolism, archetypes, masculinity, power, narrative, and allegory. Cruz returns to Arts Visalia in May with his artwork depicting his bold process in color theory and light. The exhibition runs from Thursday, May 2nd – Saturday, June 1st, 2024. The Opening Reception will be held on Friday May 3rd from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm. A free Artist Talk will take place on Saturday May 4th at 2:00 pm.

In June, Arts Visalia will showcase the work of various artists in the annual community show. This year’s theme is “Proud.” Artists of all backgrounds, ages, and abilities will be showing the world what they are proud of. The Opening Reception will be held on Friday 7th from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm.

Adult Workshops are a great way to meet new friends, try something new, and develop new skills. Check our website www.artsvisalia.org for an updated calendar of workshops and registration information.

Summer Youth Art Classes at Arts Visalia will be enrolling at the beginning of May. Art class is a great way for children and teens to explore their creativity and learn about the world of visual art. Check our website www.artsvisalia.org for registration information and join our email list for live updates on class availability.

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Steven Sanchez,
Content Manager/Entertainment Editor
Steven Sanchez, a resident of Clovis, graduated from Buchanan High School in the class of 2007 and obtained his film degree from University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Steven is a multifaceted artist, working as a filmmaker, writer, photographer, videographer, and published author. He has a profound passion for movies, comic books, and rock ‘n’ roll. A dedicated football enthusiast, he cheers for the Las Vegas Raiders. In his leisure time, he indulges in reading and collecting vinyl records. Steven is often found attending rock shows in town, a keen enthusiast of live music. He holds a special fondness for his grandma's homemade meals and spending time with his twin sister.

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