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This Week at PFAC – June 20 – 25th

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It Doesn’t Have to Be Their Last Visit…

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Call for Teaching Artists and Class Proposals

Thank you for your interest in PFAC! Artists interested in teaching at PFAC are encouraged to submit a proposal and credentials. All proposals will be thoughtfully considered. PFAC is an [...]

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A New Type of Visitor

It has been an interesting start to our week at PFAC. We are closed on Mondays, so Tuesday is our Monday here. We find we have a routine visitor to PFAC. This visitor typically shows up as we [...]

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Gallery Hosts and Volunteers Needed for upcoming NASA exhibition

SOARING – Works from the NASA Art Program will open April 7. with a Memebers/VIP reception. Our upcoming Gallery Host and Docent training is Thursday, April 6 from 9:30-11am. We will need [...]

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Celebrate Women’s History Month at PFAC

  Peninsula Fine Arts Center (PFAC) is excited to highlight and tell the stories of many strong, inspiring Native American women, both past and present who have made an impact in the world [...]

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Seeking Artists and Art Instructors!

Hello all! The PFAC Studio Art School Spring Session will run April 11-June 18!  We are looking for new instructors and classes of all sorts: clay, wheel, printmaking, painting, drawing, fabric [...]

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Become A Gallery Host!

Peninsula Fine Arts Center is in need of Gallery Hosts to share their love of art with the public.  As the Education Director it’s my job to recruit and train Gallery Hosts so I’d like to [...]

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Fundraising Efforts for Art Access

A Note from Our Director, Courtney Gardner: Peninsula Fine Arts Center does two main fundraising events a year. Our next event is October 14, The Heist. We changed the theme of our annual art [...]

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Closing Thoughts…

It is always bittersweet when an exhibition ends at PFAC. After months and years of researching artworks, visiting museums, organizing loans, communicating with collectors, and writing labels, it [...]

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