ArtUs to start spring sessions

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The ArtUs Guild will be presenting a show sometime in April at the Little Gallery in Kearny. (File Photo)

After taking a Christmas break, the Copper Basin ArtUs Guild will begin meeting again tomorrow, Thursday, Jan. 9, at Ray Hall next to the Church of the Good Shepherd in Kearny. Sessions, held each Thursday, will start at 9 a.m. and continue throughout the day until 3 p.m. with a break for lunch.

Members are not required to be in attendance at all times and schedules are flexible.

The guild was formed last fall after Gila Pueblo College no longer offered art classes due to the illness of the instructor. The primary group has been together for over 20 years and wanted to continue to meet to share their love of creativity.

Membership in the guild is open to anyone interested in the arts. All mediums are welcome, regardless of skill level and experience. There is no formal instructor and the members are encouraged to help each other when help is requested. Just the love of creativity is all that one needs to join the group.

Dues are $25 for this spring’s session.

The group is planning to continue the annual ArtUs exhibit at the Little Gallery and with a date to be announced.

Call Sam Hosler at 363-9781 or Vicki Clark at 520-357-3921 with questions.

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