News from Neighboring States for Dec. 30, 2017: Artists and legislators are working to bridge arts-and-culture gap


Local painter and web designer T.J. Zark, poses for a portrait in her gallery called Hello Zark on Dec. 13, 2017 in Mancos. In the spring of 2014, the Mancos Creative District was formed bringing together artists and artisans, farmers, ranchers, local independent businesses and visitors./ Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post

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