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ACA's annual meeting, 'REAL' discussion held

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The Arlington Center for the Arts will hold its annual meeting and a plus a panel discussion about the exhibit "Readl!" on Friday, Dec. 3, from 6 to 8 p.m.

During the event, we will reflect on the events of 2021, share highlights of our ongoing work to transform lives and build community through the arts, and celebrate the support of those who make it all possible. We'll also be welcoming new board members and sharing words of appreciation about members exiting our board of directors. 

The 2021 annual meeting and "REAL!" panel discussion will feature co-curator Dan Cianfarini, juror Phil Young, and exhibiting artists Paul Beckingham, Minna Rothman and Vicki Paret.

This is a live, in-person event with a limited capacity, so advanced registration is required. If you would like to attend in-person, we ask that you please register as soon as possible to secure your spot. 

Proof of Covid-19 vaccination or negative PCR test is also required. The event will also be live-streamed on YouTube and Facebook for those who wish to attend virtually. 

Covid-19 policy teminder: ACA requires proof of full Covid-19 vaccination by all individuals who are eligible to receive the vaccine, to participate in all its indoor, in-person programs, events, and activities. As an alternative, participants in ACA programs, events, and activities may present a negative PCR Covid test taken within 72 hours of their visit. Read the full policy here >> 

This news announcement was published Monday, Nov. 29, 2021.

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