Friday, October 6, 2017

Art Opening, Friday October 6. This series is entitled "(k)not work" by Tawn.

Art Opening, Friday October 6. This series is entitled "(k)not work" by Tawn, and the series will be up the month of October.

And there is a lot going on this evening at the Hub, including a benefit show for people in Mexico impacted by the earthquakes...and more! 

Tawn is the director of youth programs for Bike Santa Cruz County. Tawn grew up in a family of artists: his father was a potter, and his mother a painter and poet. He attended Santa Cruz High and UCSC, where he studied art, creative writing, and eventually received a BA in Community Studies. After graduating, Tawn coordinated school gardens, ran a teens-as-teachers environmental education program, and trained UCSC undergraduates to teach their own sustainability-focused classes.  In his free time he makes art, writes poetry, and hangs out with redwoods.

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