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January 16 - February 13, 2015

Opening Reception: Friday, January 16, 6-9 pm

Exhibit Dates: January 16 - February 13

Art Access Gallery

Images Honoring the Night Side of Life, photographs by Heal Courageously

Heal Courageously was founded by Michelle Marthia, a breast cancer survivor. The Heal Courageously project provides patients, caregivers and survivors of life-threatening illnesses the opportunity to document their journey through photographs and to honor the strength it takes to get through the night-side of life. This is an exhibit of images captured over the past year. More information at (Image above: by Jackelin Slack).


Access II Gallery

Breast Cancer Quilts by Judy Elsley

In January 2012, Dr. Judy Elsley, English professor and director of the honors program at Weber State University, was diagnosed with breast cancer. Quiltmaking provided her the opportunity to express how she felt about this difficult experience. "Making a quilt helped me focus on the present, and gave me something interesting and positive to think about," said Elsley.  


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