Daily Archive: January 8, 2022

Muskingum County preparing to demolish Zanesville’s historic Masonic Temple after fire

ZANESVILLE— Plans are in motion to demolish an iconic Zanesville building full of history and culture after it was ravaged by fire on Thursday night.

On Friday, the Masonic Temple would have been the center of the city’s First Friday Art Walk activities as artists share their studios and latest creations with the public, but now all that remains of the beloved building is a skeleton of steel, stone and brick.

Many artists were in and out of the building throughout the day Thursday in preparation for the monthly event.

One man was still inside when the fire began to

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Prada Marfa Photograph By Greg Larson

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Put these must-see metro-Phoenix exhibitions on your calendar for 2022

Last year finished strong for metro Phoenix museums and galleries and that trend looks to continue in 2022.

Several exciting art exhibitions are on the calendar for the new year while some significant exhibitions to see in 2022 are already open. “Treasures” at the Musical Instrument Museum, “Legacy of Ceylon: Art and Photography of Sri Lanka” at the Phoenix Art Museum and some art exhibitions are in full swing.

Others will open as the year goes on like artist Beverly Penn’s “Radical Adaptation” at Lisa Sette Gallery and “Southwest Silverwork” at the Heard. SMoCA and Mesa Arts Center are other

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