Mingus Union High School Photography & Intermediate Art Amazing creativity expressed in cell phone photos and corrugated cardboard mixed-media portraits. Click the image to view a video.
Mingus Union High School: Outstanding Art from All Classes From Freshmen through A.P. Seniors, talented young artists show their skills with pencil drawing, printmaking, mixed media art, and painting. This exhibit demonstrates students’ creativity and their instructors’ ability to teach “outside of the box.”
January through February:
Verde Valley Weavers & Spinners Guild Details forthcoming…
May through June:
July through August:
September through October:
Exhibits are on view throughout the Clark Memorial Library during normal library hours. Some pieces may be offered for sale by the artists.
Art in the Clark exhibitions by Verde Valley artists are curated by Clarkdale artist Jenny Emminger. Art in the Clark was created by Mary Liggit, a Founding Friend of Friends of Clark Memorial Library, in conjunction with CML’s Library Coordinator.
Friends of Clark Memorial Library is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) Arizona non-profit corporation dedicated to the financial support of Clark Memorial Library.
Jedi Archives (click again to close)
Clark Memorial Library in the Clarkdale Town Center (click again to close)
“Those aren't the books you're looking for.”
The 200,000 oldest books collection housed in the impressive Long Room at Trinity College Library in Dublin, Ireland, includes manuscripts dating back to the 9th-century Book of Kells, but you won't be able to check them out. Better to “move along, move along” to Clark Memorial Library at 39 N 9th St in Clarkdale, Arizona, where over 700,000 unique items are available through the Yavapai Library Network. ‘The Clark’ is a cozy little public library with plenty of current and classic videos, a growing collection of Southwest-oriented books, and displays by local artists…plus easy access with plenty of parking. CML is not likely to appear in a Star Wars episode as the Long Room did (disguised as the Jedi Archives in Episode II), but its patrons have no problem with its unpretentiousness.