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"It's Only Natural" - new work by Ann Morton and Bill Timmerman - Opening January 19th at Modified Arts

"NOT" - new work by Ann Morton - Opening this Friday

1  Tikkun Olam II - Showing at the Cutler Plotkin Jewish Heritage Center in downtown Phoenix - October 15th, 2017 - January 30th, 2018 - An invitational exhibition featuring the work of 4 artists whose work resonates with the theme "Repairing the World". Ann will be re-installing the ReThanks and Wa...

Check out this event page for details on how to RSVP for the opening event! Ann Morton and Christine Lee will be showing work resulting from the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture's public art residency at the 27th Ave. Waste Treatment Facility.

Mon 5:00 PM MSTPhoenix City HallPhoenix, AZ
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Re-Thanks Public Art Project added 2 new photos.

Last push weekend to complete the garlands for the Re-Thanks install - every single flower is included and they all look amazing! Thanks to everyone who made fl...owers for this project. You are what has made this a success. Stay tuned for information about the opening night for the Re-Thanks exhibition coming very soon.

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2 down, about 22 to go! First completed garland for the Re-Thanks project - so beautiful! Thx Miguel Monzon for the help! #rethanksaz #phxart27dump

Thanks so much to Lynn Trimble with New Times for writing this feature article about the Re-Thanks project. There's still time to get involved!…/how-to-join-ann-mortons-pu…

Where she's currently an artist-in-residence.

The Re-Thanks exhibition space has been decided!
Arizona Science Center Entry
February 17th, 2017…

Thousands of visitors will immediately encounter a huge curtain wall of thousands of YOUR flowers when they enter the Arizona Science Center. The image above shows what the final display will look like - a 17 ft x 15 ft cascade of gratitude! The exhibit will be on display beginning February 17th. Ru...

Six drop off locations in the Metro Phoenix area have been determined!…

THERE IS A LITTLE OVER ONE MONTH LEFT TO MAKE YOUR FLOWERS! Due Date: December 15thDrop off locations in the Phoenix Metropolitan area have been arranged at 6 Phoenix Public Library Branch Locations. Ask at the information desk for the big white collection box for the Re-Thanks project. Please bag y...
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Re-Thanks Public Art Project

Want to know how to make a flower out of plastic bottles? Gotta be at one of these upcoming workshops!

November 12th - Phoenix Center for the Arts - 10 - noon.
November 19th - AZ Science Center Create Space - 11:00 - 1:30.

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Re-Thanks Flower making at the Local First Fall Festival!! Students from ASU are manning our booth and have a few surprises up their sleeves. Don't miss out - Join us on Saturday, November 5th. #rethanksaz #phxart27dump

Certified Local Fall Festival A day to celebrate Arizona. Saturday, November 5, 10AM - 4PM Hance Park, Phoenix
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Hello Flower makers (or makers-in-wating)! We are at 34% at 1186 flowers. We have several big workshops coming up, but we still have a long way to go! If you've been meaning to sign up to be a flower maker don't delay, sign up today!!

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Check out these amazing flowers made by Deborah Elven-Snyder in Tacoma, Washington for the Re-Thanks project. Can't wait to see all your creations! Send or post pictures and share with us all!!

Have kids, and need a simple, but beautiful flower idea? Check out the tutorial for a simplified cardboard flower that is easy to make! Go to
Scroll down to download the KID FRIENDLY CARDBOARD Tutorial. Then - go ahead - SIGN UP!!

Sign up here to participate in the Re-Thanks public art project.

Sign up now for the next workshop for making cardboard flowers out of your favorite cereal box - (OR favorite beer carton!)
Saturday, October 8th at the Phoenix... Center for the Arts
10:00 am - noon! Space is limited- contact Ann Morton to reserve your spot, today!

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