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Aboriginal Derivative Tapestry by Lucinda L. Kindred

ART EXHIBIT RECEPTION

2024-06-29 16:00:00 2024-06-29 17:30:00 America/Denver Aboriginal Derivative Tapestry by Lucinda L. Kindred Opening reception for "Aboriginal Derivative Tapestry Art" by Lucinda L. Kindred. Exhibit runs June 29–August 3. Sprague Branch -

Saturday, June 29
4:00pm - 5:30pm

Add to Calendar 2024-06-29 16:00:00 2024-06-29 17:30:00 America/Denver Aboriginal Derivative Tapestry by Lucinda L. Kindred Opening reception for "Aboriginal Derivative Tapestry Art" by Lucinda L. Kindred. Exhibit runs June 29–August 3. Sprague Branch -

Opening reception for "Aboriginal Derivative Tapestry Art" by Lucinda L. Kindred. Exhibit runs June 29–August 3.

ARTIST'S STATEMENT

Cindy Kindred resides in Salt Lake City. Her work is derivative of the Australian First Nation Aboriginal Art which she loves. Her hobbies include travel, reading and sewing, which she translated into her art during the Pandemic. Cindy uses embroidery stitching to create fabric art pieces that are inspired by Aboriginal Artist’s patterns and stories. “I was surprised that most Aboriginal First Nation art is acrylic paint on bark or canvas. It seems so naturally to translate to fabric and colorful thread.” This is her second exhibit. All profits from sales are donated to the Lockhart River Arts Indigenous Corporation, a First Nation Art Collective.

ARTIST BIO

Cindy Kindred is a fundraising consultant. She was the founder and for eighteen years CEO of Vanguard Media Group, an advertising agency with offices in Boise, Salt Lake City and Las Vegas. Ms. Kindred’s career has specialized in “cause marketing.” Ms. Kindred developed the national award-winning Baby your Baby and Check Your Health campaigns both of which have been syndicated successfully in markets nationwide. Her company created the Slow the Flow, Read with a Child, Use Only as Directed and a myriad of other cause marketing campaigns.

Cindy has served on many community boards including the Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce, Salt Lake City Library, the Utah Museum of Fine Arts National Leadership Board, Water for People National Board, the Utah Symphony, the YWCA, the Natural History Museum of Utah, the Wasatch Homeless Health Clinic and is an active member of the International Women’s Forum. She has been honored for her community and business leadership by the YWCA, the Salt Lake Chamber, and Utah Business Magazine and was recognized as a distinguished alum from her high school, among others.

Cindy has lived in Salt Lake City since 1982, moving here with her family from San Francisco. Cindy grew up in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

AGE GROUP: | All Ages | Adults |

EVENT TYPE: | Exhibits | Arts & Creativity |

Sprague Branch

Phone: 801-594-8640

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About the branch

The Sprague Branch's high-gabled English Tudor style building has served the Sugar House community for three generations. The building was selected by the American Library Association in 1935 as the "Most Beautiful Branch Library in America." The two-level facility was opened in 1928 and has been renovated several times as use continues to increase. An expansion project to add a new public meeting room and remodel the building was completed in April 2001, which increased the square footage to 13,058. As the Sugar House shopping district sprouted up, the Sprague Branch continues to hold its historical charm and provide community members with outstanding public library services. Free parking is available to the east and south of the building, and free wi-fi access is provided throughout the library.

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