If you havent heard, Mesa is so hot right now. Not because of the second edition of the sexy Mormon calendar (though that is pretty freaking hot), but on account of a bustling Main Street Mesa art scene anchored by Mesa Contemporary Arts, who will soon unveil its Spring Exhibitions at the beautiful gallery space located at 1 East Main Street.
The shows include Station Identification, featuring Teresa Sullivans crazy-cool tapestries of beads, jewelry, and sculpture; Paul Nicklens amazing National Geographic-schooled shutterbug chops in Polar Obsession; the Picturing Maricopa community image project that gives a behind-the-scenes look at local nonprofit organizations; and the 31st Annual Contemporary Crafts exhibition showcasing all sorts of craft media(such as ceramics, fiber art, metals, papermaking, and glass) by 42 American artists.
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Fri., Jan. 22, 6-8 p.m., 2010