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UPCOMING SHOWS

'Cats?' works by Morgan Smith in the Blackfoot Communications Gallery

Friday, December 4, 20203:00 pmThursday, December 31, 20206:00 pm
Gallery Opening during Holiday Open House, December 4, 3-8 PM
'Cats?' works by Morgan Smith in the Blackfoot Communications Gallery

‘Cats?’
Works by Morgan Smith
In-person Gallery Opening on Friday, December 4, 3-8 PM
Virtual Gallery Opening on Tuesday, December 8
Show will exhibit at the ZACC and online through the month of December

The ZACC is delighted to exhibit work by Morgan Smith in our Blackfoot Communications Gallery throughout the month of December, with an in-person gallery opening on December 4, from 3-8 PM, and a virtual opening on our website on December 8.

Morgan, age 11, has enjoyed drawing for many years and has recently started exploring acrylic and watercolor painting. Drawing and painting is important to Morgan as it helps her relax and clear her mind. She’s drawn to mythical creatures as a way to express her imaginative side - dragons are her favorite! Morgan makes art nearly every day, whether just casually sketching in a sketchbook, or intentionally working on a project for display or sharing with others.

'Cats?' works by Morgan Smith in the Blackfoot Communications Gallery

Friday, December 4, 20203:00 pmThursday, December 31, 20206:00 pm
Gallery Opening during Holiday Open House, December 4, 3-8 PM
'Cats?' works by Morgan Smith in the Blackfoot Communications Gallery

‘Cats?’
Works by Morgan Smith
In-person Gallery Opening on Friday, December 4, 3-8 PM
Virtual Gallery Opening on Tuesday, December 8
Show will exhibit at the ZACC and online through the month of December

The ZACC is delighted to exhibit work by Morgan Smith in our Blackfoot Communications Gallery throughout the month of December, with an in-person gallery opening on December 4, from 3-8 PM, and a virtual opening on our website on December 8.

Morgan, age 11, has enjoyed drawing for many years and has recently started exploring acrylic and watercolor painting. Drawing and painting is important to Morgan as it helps her relax and clear her mind. She’s drawn to mythical creatures as a way to express her imaginative side - dragons are her favorite! Morgan makes art nearly every day, whether just casually sketching in a sketchbook, or intentionally working on a project for display or sharing with others.

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