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Recycled Art Exhibit Now Open In Danville

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Updated: 2/06 10:35 am
Danville's Community Art Center celebrates trash that can become an artist's treasure when put into creative hands with their new exhibit "Re: Rethink Recycling".

It opened this week and runs through March 30th.

According to their website, CAC hopes "Re" will "encourage our community to rethink recycling. The exhibit explores art made from recycled or re-purposed materials and the impact its creation has on the artist, the arts world, our community and our environment. Recycled art can be both beautiful and meaningful!"

The exhibit offers plenty of interaction, including the chance to compose and play music on instruments made of recycled materials.

For more information on the exhibit, you can visit www.communityartscenter.net.
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