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Art: A Voice for Social Justice with Peg Bowden, Betty LaDuke and Isabella Tibbetts

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Peg Bowden, writer, musician, and humanitarian aid worker, Betty LaDuke, professor of art emeritus at Southern Oregon University and Isabella Tibbetts, born in Pelileo, Ecuador a water preservation activist will share share their work and thoughts on how art is a voice for social change at a Lowe House Project artist residency presentation on April 26 in Old Town Tubac.
Three women, all from different artistic persuasions, will speak to their own creative processes as instruments of social change during a presentation at the Lowe House Project in Tubac

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