October News: Kayenta Arts Foundation

Kayenta Arts Foundation

Have you seen FlashPoint, Kayenta Arts Foundation’s monthly newsletter?  It’s a brand new monthly publication launched earlier this month that contains lots of great and detailed information to update you on the progress we’re making on Kayenta Center for the Arts, as well as to keep you informed of upcoming events at the various venues throughout Kayenta.  If you haven’t received your copy, then just contact either Garry.Morris@kayentaartsfoundation.org or Kent.Hayes@kayentaartsfoundation.org to get on the mailing list.

How exciting for our entire southern Utah community to witness the Arts Center becoming a reality. We couldn’t have gone this far without you and your generous contributions.  But there is still much to be done, as we need to raise additional funds for the interior and contents of the building. If you’d like more information on the Arts Center and/or would like to contribute, please contact Garry Morris at kayentaartsfoundation@gmail.com.  You can also go to  www.kayentaartsfoundation.org, Kayenta Arts Foundation’s website, to view the promo video for the Center and review the Building Fund brochure.

Directors work diligently to bring a variety of visual and performing arts to the greater southern Utah area.  Announcements for these events are made in the Kayenta Connection, the KAF website www.kayentaartsfoundation.org,  KAF’s email list, and now the monthly FlashPoint newsletter. If you would like to be added to our email list or if you have suggestions for an event or comments about a past event, please feel free to contact us at kayentaartsfoundation@gmail.org

Be a Part of the Art.  KAF Wants YOU.  Yet another great way to get involved is to become a KAF Board Member.  We have openings for more Board members beginning January 2014. Every individual has their own unique talents and strengths to bring to the table, and therefore we invite you to submit your name to our Board Chair, Judith Kapuscinski, at judithk@kayentaartsfoundation.org


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