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Home of El Morro Area Arts Council

When I started studying ceramics 22 years ago, I carved a lantern. My teacher’s response was that I was challenging the integrity of the clay and that it would give me results that wouldn’t please me. That compelled me to dive further into challenging the clays integrity. The lessons became clear to me. Patience, Intent, Observation, Perseverance, Dedication, were part of the lesson plan. These lessons taught me more than just ceramics they taught me about life.   
  
                                                         Peace,
                                                               Maqui

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Marianna Caluori

Kristi Davis

Pati Hays

Pam Davis

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The El Morro Area Arts Council is a vibrant, non-profit organization which celebrates diversity, thrives on the sharing of creative ideas through programs, exhibitions, and workshops, and supports a community centered activity hub for traditional & contemporary arts. We are a 501 [c] (3) Non-Profit Organization.

New Mexico Arts

Welcome to Our Home The Old School Gallery is the Home of The El Morro Area Arts Council

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1st Quarter Art Exhibition

"Illumination"

January 5  through  March 30

Featuring in The Artist's Quarter

Maqui Maszmaul

El Morro Area Arts Council (or)

The Old School Gallery


PO Box 296

Ramah, NM 87321


Phone:  505-783-4710


Email: emaacdirector@gmail.com

We are located on Scenic Highway 53, Mile Marker 46, in the Village of El Morro, NM
1 mile east of El Morro National Monument.


   Open     Thursday - Monday  11am - 5pm

   Closed   Tuesday & Wednesday


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