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A new exhibit, which blends craft and fine art, is going to be on display at the Tucson Museum of Art with contemporary fiber art influenced from weaving. The exhibition, String Theory: Contemporary Art and the Fiber Legacy, opens Saturday, Dec. 19 and features pieces from historically significant and nationally known fiber artists like Jim Bassler, Carol and Carter and Henry Easterwood, alongside local artists Scott Ellegood, Diane Gilbert, Erika Lynn Hanson, Saskia Jorda and Victoria May. Go to www.tucsonmuseumofart.org for more info.

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