You Are Here: Ten Local Artists Create Maps of Phoenix

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With just a little less than a month to flex our creative cartography skills, Jackalope Ranch and Regular Gallery proudly announce the ten artists participating in You Are Here:

a collection of maps of Phoenix:

Melinda Bergman, Safwat Saleem, Angela Cazel Jahn, Marshall Shore, Sarah Hurwitz, Breeze, Sue Chenoweth, Carrie Marill, Luster Kaboom, and Monica Aissa Martinez come from different parts of town and work in a variety of media.

Their maps of Phoenix will be on view at Regular Gallery with an opening on Friday, October 21. The ongoing show will be free and open to the public and will include interactive art pieces, presentations, and plenty of maps.

For more information check out the show's announcement and stay tuned to Jackalope Ranch.

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