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Authors of Eastfield: Mary Ann Turner

This guide celebrates the literary and visual arts scholarship of the faculty and staff at Eastfield College. Authors and artists are listed alphabetically by surname.

Mary Ann Turner

"Voice on Fire"
Displayed as part of the Texas Visual Arts Association Members Art
Display in May 2012.

"Twas Brillig" (Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter)
Displayed at the Lakewood Library as part of the Lakewood Library
Art Exhibit in May 2012.

"Chew on This"
Displayed at the Bath House Cultural Center as part Fictional 3 exhibit in cooperation with 14th Annual Festival of Independant Theatres. July 2012

"Seattle Skies"
Displayed in July 2012 as part of the Hecho in Dallas Exhibit.

"Seattle Bay"
Displayed in July 2012 as part of the Art Connection Exhibit.

"Through a Window"
Displayed in July 2012 as part of the Art Connection Exhibit.

Displayed at the Latino Cultural Center as part of Dead of the Dead Exhibit. October 2012

Nine portraits exhibited at Eastfield College as part of the Black History Month Exhibit. Feb. 2013

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