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Vote for ‘Most Totally Tuned In’

Jul 06, 2017
PHOTO SUBMITTED Dori Lewman’s entry in the summer art installation is “Don’t ya just feel like dancin?” Everyone can vote for their favorite “Most Totally Tuned In” entry beginning Friday at Fairfield Arts & Convention Center.

The Fairfield Art Association invites everyone to vote for their favorite “Most Totally Tuned In” summer art installation in downtown Fairfield.

This year’s theme is “See the Music — Tune into Our Vibe,” and the artwork creations are in the garden nodes throughout the summer.

Voting begins Friday in the Main Gallery at the Fairfield Arts & Convention Center. The winning artist will receive two tickets to an Artists Series performance in the convention center’s Stephen Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts theatre.

Voting ends July 21.

Seven artists participated in the ninth annual installation: Pamela Landers with “A Wind Instrument,” Susan and Francis Thicke with “Peace of Music,” David Pattison has “Music to the four Directions,” Dori Lewman has “Don’t ya just feel like dancin?,” Rolf Erickson has “Inside Out,” Suzan and Pat Kessel, in a tribute to Ron Prill, have “I guess that’s why they call it the blues,” and Jefferson County Health Center employees Kevin Heisel, Kierston Pacha and Wanda Bagby with “The Old Piano Blues.”

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