Congratulations to us: the April 2009 issue of Tacoma City Arts magazine features a quarter page blurb on the Telephone Room Gallery in "City Seen"! (see page 7)
"Operator? Art, Please
The world's second-smallest art gallery, the Telephone Room, has a big mission: artist-driven exhibits and programming that spark more personal conversations between artists and the public. Located in a private 1930s home, this twelve-square-foot gallery boasts a rotary phone with a cool vintage ring. Founders Heide Fernandez-Llamazares, Marty Gengenbach and Ellen Ito hope the nontraditional space will inspire artists to try something new or explore site-specific ideas. Sixteen artists participated in Hello, the inaugural exhibit, which runs through April 15. For upcoming Shrinky Dink-making with Jessica Bender, contact firstname.lastname@example.org."
-- Virginia Bunker, City Arts Magazine, April 2009.
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