Monthly Archives: September 2012

Photos from the Nogales Border

Yesterday, we took the project to Nogales, AZ. The people of Nogales, Sonora were in the midst of their Independence Day celebrations  as we set up the fourth and final panel on the U.S. side of the border. There was … Continue reading

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“Painting by Numbers” goes to Nogales border tomorrow.

We are taking the project to the first out-of-town locale tomorrow afternoon, Saturday Sept. 15th,  when we hit the Nogales border to begin the painting of the fourth and final panel of the series. I am really excited about this … Continue reading

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“Corazon de Tucson” Pachanga Photos

There was an amazing turnout at last Saturday’s pachanga! “Corazon de Tucson”, the organization that hosted the fundraiser, received a lot of community support and the “Painting by Numbers” project, which was kindly invited to be part of the event, … Continue reading

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Tanque Verde Swap Meet Photos

Thank you to everyone who “painted by numbers” with us at the Tanque Verde Swap Meet last night! It was an overwhelming success, the panel got completed in just under an hour and a half! It was especially exciting to … Continue reading

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Check out the project tonight and tomorrow!

“Painting by Numbers” will be at the Tanque Verde Swap Meet tonight, Friday Sept. 7,  from 7pm to 10pm. If you can’t come out and get involved tonight, the project will also be set up at the annual Corazon de … Continue reading

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Raices Taller Gallery Re-cap

The “Painting by Numbers” debut at Raices Taller 222 gallery this weekend was a huge success! Throughout the evening, from 6pm to 10pm, participants were literally shoulder-to-shoulder, cramming together all night long to make their marks on the piece. Truthfully, … Continue reading

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The Numbers.

2001—Women have been detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on the basis of immigration status since 2001. 10—Women made up 10% of the total ICE detainee population in the US in 2008. 300—Roughly 300 women are currently being held … Continue reading

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