Visions of Childhood Doll & Miniature Show

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Event# 620-442-0236

Event Details

Beginning in 1994, the Arkansas City Area Arts Council has hosted the "Visions of Childhood" event as a benefit for the fine arts program at Cowley County Community College. In cooperation with the College Endowment Association, the project is centered around an exhibit and tea room.

Original and kit designs of miniature houses and other types of dwellings will be shown along with collectible and individually created dolls and other miniatures. New to the show is the round robin workshop providing "hands on" activities and sharing ideas for working with miniatures.

Visions of Childhood Doll & Miniature Show

Phone : 620-442-0236   (Always call and confirm events.)

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